re: exam drills

jaffas21jaffas21 Posts: 2Member ■□□□□□□□□□
I have just arrived in this forum .....

thought i'd mention some fairly decent exam test software

www.examdrill.com

i'm not selling this, but at $24.95, its a lot cheaper than transcender etc, i have used this to success with Net+ and A+ in the past.


I am doing the I Net at the minute and i just got the exam drill for that as well ....... i recently finished a web design course through the british open university, the rest of the stuff needed seems to come mostly from the net+
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Comments

  • CrossCross Posts: 234Member
    It is always good to share your opinion. But Transcender is by far the best.
    Though I strongly suggest hands on reading from David Groth's Sybex 2nd edition.
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  • LexxdymondzLexxdymondz Posts: 356Member
    Is the book really that good? Or considered as good as the Net+ book was for the Net+ test? I'm considering taking the I-Net+, but i'm having trouble finding people to confirm good study material.
  • sawyersawyer Posts: 5Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    Cross wrote:
    It is always good to share your opinion. But Transcender is by far the best.
    Though I strongly suggest hands on reading from David Groth's Sybex 2nd edition.

    Groth wrote one for iNet+? Makes sense i suppose if they dovetail ~ :)
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  • CrossCross Posts: 234Member
    He did and it is the preffered book to look over besides the fact that you also have experience in the lab
    I'll change highways at the crossroads, I'm going only where I desire.

    http://www.darkroads.com
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