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Network+ questions...

Discussion in 'Network+' started by cdog, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. cdog

    cdog Bit Poster

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    Hi everyone,

    After passing my A+ last year I now wish to try my the Network+. But I was given a Mike Meyers book last year that was old then and I wonder if i'm studying the right objectives (all-in-one third edition) since it was made in 2004...

    Also, looking at test centres, is there no way to pay anything less that £164 + VAT to take the test?!?!

    Thanks
     
    Certifications: ACA, A+, MCITP:DA, MCSA, ITIL v3 (F)
    WIP: ACSP 10.6
  2. -Mercury-

    -Mercury- Byte Poster

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    Yep, that's the most up to date book at the moment. Good book, I'm currently coming to the end of reading it myself.

    I'd also recommend the David Groth Sybex Network+ book which you can get for about £20.

    Always worth checking the the exam objectives on the Comptia website to make sure you're studying the right material. Here

    I think you can get vouchers to save some money but never purchased them myself personally.

    Mike Meyers has a new book coming out I believe for the 2009 exam but if you are wanting to take the exam this year then the book you have is good.
     
    Certifications: MCSA|MCDST|A+|Net+
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  3. cdog

    cdog Bit Poster

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    Thanks, just got to plough my way through that book now then and take some mock tests, as I felt that Meyers A+ was more than sufficient to pass if read front to back.

    As for the price of the exam I might just have to bite the bullet on that one, although I have been informed 'If you are eligible for JK0-012 Jobs+/E2C Network+ Certification the cost is £84 + VAT', although from reading the compTIA website those appear to be the same exam but for corporate customers only?
     
    Certifications: ACA, A+, MCITP:DA, MCSA, ITIL v3 (F)
    WIP: ACSP 10.6

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