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good Network+ Course I found

Discussion in 'Network+' started by Robroy, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. Robroy

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    ***spam removed by staff*** has a good course for passing the Network+ exam. It' really good for beginners especially with the anmimation in the video. So if you're having a hard time grasping the concepts, it helps alot. They offer a free downloadable demo of it.


    Rob
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  2. MrNerdy

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    Never heard of them!
    Is this an advert for them?:rolleyes:
    So how much £££ did it cost you?
     
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  3. Robroy

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    I guess they are faily new, I saw their video on Youtube

    ***spam removed by staff***

    I live in the USA, I paid $39.99
     
  4. Mitzs
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    from what I can find the domain went dead in 12/06. Was recreated again on 1/08? Their IP is out of canada. And they seem to be hitting tech sites in the last couple of days. Mcmcse, techexams, vztools.

    Robroy because you are new, I would offer you this piece of advice. Be very carefull with new companies. Not saying they are all scammer but wait till they get a little time under their belt and have a decent rep build up before buying stuff. Untill then may I suggest boson, this site, cramsession. For some study material. This site has alot of information on the N+. :)
     
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  5. tripwire45
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    I've removed the links and references because they seem to clearly be spam. Any questions about this action can be directed to me through private messaging.

    -Trip
     
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  6. Robroy

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    Hi Mitz, thanks for the advice. I already purchased and received their product and I viewed the whole 3 hour course from powercert, So they are legit.

    I plan on taking a course on CCNA, any advice?
     
  7. Mitzs
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    No hun, just because you recevied what you paid for does not nessacarly make them legit. They are too new. They could be using you and others to spread the word so they can start really generating a money flow before the scam begins. Not saying that they are but it is done this way. That why I advised you to wait for new compaines to get a little bit of history behind them. Just to be safe is all. Anyway, Cisco is not my area. But follow this link and look around. Then post your questions. There are plenty here to help anwser those questions. :)

    http://www.certforums.co.uk/forums/forum15.html
     
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  8. Robroy

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    Thanks Mitzs
     
  9. UCHEEKYMONKEY
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    While Mitzs does offer some good advice there I would be inclined to disagree on waiting until they get a bit older. Look at CT how long have they been around and are they any good.

    Before anyone gets on their high horse, I'm not taking a pot shot at mitzs.

    With regards to anyone who has found a website that they are thinking about spending money on then I would do you research first. Check out with Cerguard if they are "legit"

    I did and Powercert passed.

    I'm not going to post any links here but if you want to check for yourself type in certguard in google then do a domain search on their website by typing in the internet address of powercert. to find the answe.

    IMHO I was impressed by the video I saw on You tube and downloaded the demo version of the training video. I must admit for $39 compared to some training providers (CT £5k) I was impressed!

    The video makes use of CGI animation and is clear and concise, but like I said I'm not going to post the links here as they might be spammed!8)
     
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  10. UCHEEKYMONKEY
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    Has anyone else seen the video on youtube?
     
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  11. Jay_7

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    A quick search on youtube for this "powercert" comes up with what looks like a video demonstration. I don't have sound at work so not sure on whether its decent or not. I'll not post a link to the video either (not sure if it's allowed or not).
     
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  12. UCHEEKYMONKEY
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    Hello Jay,

    Yeah I wasn't sure either so I have sent a PM to trip about it. There is a download on their site which is the same video but is slightly longer (15 mins). Hopefully Trip will be ok with the link to Youtube.:biggrin
     
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  13. Robroy

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    I agree, It's an awesome course because you learn visually.
     
  14. Jaymo

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    So....could you just study this course and (potentially) pass the N+ exam? Or is this type of thing best used along side self study books etc?
     
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  15. greenbrucelee
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    never use a video learning aid on its own, you still need the books.
     
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  16. Robroy

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    Hi Jaymo. If you use the powercert video course along with a book like Mike Meyers or Sybex, you will have a great chance to pass the test. Books are great for detailed information. The video course is great for grasping and understanding things that you will not get just by reading. The visuals and animations are sweet.
     
  17. Jaymo

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    Thanks again for the info, guys....Most appreciated :thumbleft
     
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