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jettagl04jettagl04 Member Posts: 1 ■□□□□□□□□□
hello i am new to the forum i have taken the practice test on this site for Network+ and i passed the first time i took it is that test very similar to the real net+ test i was just wondering because i was not scoring as well on my copy of exam essentials i would get about 70 percent correct and on here i got 80% the first time and upper 90s after i took it again
i guess what im askign "is that test an accurate depection of the real deal" and what are the most important areas to study i still have trouble with the osi model and IEEE stuff
thanks
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    janmikejanmike Member Posts: 3,076
    When I took my exam in July, 2003 the Exam on this site was very close to an example of the real thing. The exam has been upgraded since then. I don't kow if this exam has been upgraded any. However, all the info on the exam is pertinent to Network+ because you don't change the function of network devices or network topology or IEEE standards or OSI model or etc.

    It is recommended that you make a score of at least 90% on any practice exam that you take the first time before you take the real exam. Sounds like you are very close, but I would recommend that you go through your exam guide again before you try any more practice exams.

    Good luck!
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    gabilangabilan Member Posts: 74 ■■□□□□□□□□
    For my network + exam I download all the available free exam and also all the exam that are available in different web sites. You should know very well before test you knowledge. OSI model is very important. Also troubleshooting and implematation situations. Good Luck
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