network+ study books

furbyfurby MemberMember Posts: 44 ■■□□□□□□□□
Hello,

I am planning on studying for the network+ but i dont know which books to use.

Do you have any advice for good books for a beginner with good exam questions?

Thanks in advance.

Michel

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  • lo9manlo9man Junior Member Member Posts: 6 ■□□□□□□□□□
    best ones is Mike Meyers (all in one) or sybex network+ easy and complete
    good luck
  • furbyfurby Member Member Posts: 44 ■■□□□□□□□□
    Thanks for your reply.

    But i read on a review that the questions in the sybex book are to simple compared to the actual exam so i think i will not go for the sybex book.

    And i read that the network+ all in one book has old exam questions on the cd.

    Do you know any good exam question material?

    Thanks in advance
  • billgbillg Member Member Posts: 35 ■■□□□□□□□□
    The Sybex book is not too simple. It is a very good study book. I am also using Network+ in Depth, The Complete Guide to Networking and Network+ by Graves and Comptia Network+ Self Study Guide by Chiarella. Although it is not about the exam, a fantastic book to read about TCP/IP is the TCP/IP Guide by Kozierek. It is the most complete book that you will ever find about TCP/IP and I figure since the exam heavily covers the protocol suite, it wouldn't hurt to know so much about it.
  • rosant1rosant1 Junior Member Member Posts: 8 ■□□□□□□□□□
    i too am starting network+. I just finished a+ and the book i used was A+ in depth which was a great help i am going to look into network+ in depth and if it is anything like the other one im going with it. Just because they are in the same series doesnt mean a thing, they could be night and day. So i suggest read as much as youu can of a book before you buy because the worst thing is buying a book that doesn't teach you the way you learn. It took 2 A+ books before i figure that one out. At least all it did was delaying me in taking the test. I would of hated buying these books and then failing.
  • jpeezy55jpeezy55 Senior Member Member Posts: 255
    I used ExamCram2 and all the free practice tests I could find. I started reading the Mike Myers' book, but did not like it. I did use his for A+ and it was great, but for some reason, the Network+ was not as good. Examcram2 was a better book, IMO.

    I did use the CDs from both for practice along with the technotes from this site (Thanks again, Johan!)

    Good Luck! :D
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  • ra13ra13 Senior Member Member Posts: 137
    I am actually using material that I haven't heard anyone mention but I think it is great. I'm going for my test tomorrow. I purchased the Comptia Network+ Certification, 2005 obj press edition right from the comptia website. It is very easy reading and has a grat cd with 814 practice test with several testing modes (Timed not timed). I find it was very easy to read and understand myself. Good luck studying icon_smile.gif
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