N10-004 questions

kalmehcraigkalmehcraig Posts: 1Member ■□□□□□□□□□
Now that after today this is gonna be the standard for NEtwork+ for a while, i want to know is all the notes that i have from n10-003 will the notes i need to study from for the 2009 exam?

What else do i need other than notes?

What particular things to look for in the exam?

I want to study for two months the most. I already started using the technotes, what other books or reading materials or practise exams do you recommend?
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  • abefromanabefroman Posts: 278Banned
    Now that after today this is gonna be the standard for NEtwork+ for a while, i want to know is all the notes that i have from n10-003 will the notes i need to study from for the 2009 exam?

    What else do i need other than notes?

    What particular things to look for in the exam?

    I want to study for two months the most. I already started using the technotes, what other books or reading materials or practise exams do you recommend?

    I have an n10-003 book and an n10-004 book, the n10-004 book, seems to have a lot more info, the book I have is the Todd Lammle CompTIA Network+ Study Guide, and I would recommend that.

    I also got 2 other books and just read the exam notes, and I did the practice questions at measureup.com
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  • L0gicB0mb508L0gicB0mb508 Posts: 538Member
    Go to the CompTIA site and check out the exam objectives. See how they relate to your older book. That should give you a pretty clear guide as to whether or not the book will be up to snuff.
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  • esticoestico Posts: 4Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    What else do i need other than notes?

    What particular things to look for in the exam?

    I want to study for two months the most. I already started using the technotes, what other books or reading materials or practise exams do you recommend?

    Try to read my post. And, btw, I study 2 (hard) weeks. icon_wink.gif
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