Plantwiz wrote: »
Congratulations!Next time, skip the practice tests and focus on the objectives and material to learn the information. You'll be able to apply the information much easier in life and on the exam.
genXrcist wrote: »
For the Net+ I used Thomson-Delmar Learning ComTIA Network+ Self-study Guide, 2nd Edition by Anthony V Chiarella. 250 pages. Nothing else. I liked the book as it was just packed with information in a small, easy to carry around book.
Honestly, I'm sorta under the impression that CompTIA certifications really just require memorization and little else. Having only earned the A+/Network+ I'm no expert but it certainly was that way for me on those two.
skrpune wrote: »
Wow, really?! I found that book to be uber-light and only introductory. I know everyone's exam is differnet, but if I had based my studies solely on that book, I certainly would have failed. My questions were way more complex and indepth than what was covered in that book. I think it makes a great review for someone who's already got a handle on the info, or an intro for someone who's new to networking topics. I read through that book first & did CBT Nuggets at the same time, then moved on to Network+ 2005 In Depth by Tamara Dean, which was more comparable with the depth/complexity of questions that I saw on my exam.
gehrig44 wrote: »
I start CCNA tomorrow. Not exactly sure how I am going to go about it yet. I have the Cisco book (given to me by my computer training school).
So, looking at the CCNA forums here to see what is the best way to go about studying.