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Discussion in 'Network+' started by alexdc12, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. alexdc12

    alexdc12 Kilobyte Poster

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    Just on pearson vue looking at the price of exam and there seems to be 2 options?
    N10-004 - CompTIA Network+ (2009 Edition) Certification Exam @ 169
    JK0-016 - CompTIA E2C Network+ (2009 Edition) Exam @ 84

    The compTIA Site says Exam codes: N10-004 and JK0-016 now i understand its only one exam so whats the diff????
    :rolleyes:
     
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    E2C = http://www.comptia.org/careers/educators.aspx

    You'll need N10-004 - £169! :eek:
     
  3. alexdc12

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    thanks that would explain it! :blink
     
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  5. Black Tortoise

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    How many questions are in the 2011 Network + exam?
     
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  6. greenbrucelee
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    it all on the compTIA website but if I remember correctly there was 100
     
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  7. Black Tortoise

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    What is the minimum score?

    Sorry, I cant seem to find it on the N+ section of the Comptia website.
     
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  8. greenbrucelee
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    its all there but the passing score 720. you should not just be aiming to scrape it though you should be aiming to well.
     
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  9. Black Tortoise

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    How do you know when you are ready for exam?
     
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  10. greenbrucelee
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    You should get some practice exams from a legitamet source like transcender, preplogic or total seminars and be able to pass them and if you can pass the questions in the book then you will know.
     
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  11. demarrer

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    check out the Cisco CCENT exam too if you are interested in networking. I really learnt a ton of stuff and I felt it went into more detail than the Network + exam.
     
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  12. Mariusz

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    how much does CCENT exam cost?
     
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    for me it was 107 euros... but maybe in the UK this is different.
     
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  14. Black Tortoise

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    100 questions with a pass mark of 720 - does that mean I need to get 72 question correct at the minimum to pass the exam?
     
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  15. BosonMichael
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    Not necessarily. The score range is from 100-900. To further complicate things, each question might have a different number of points allocated to it, and partial credit might (or might not) be given for some questions. Only CompTIA knows for sure, and they're not saying.

    Best thing you can do is to stop worrying about how many questions you'll get and how many questions you need to answer correctly... and focus on simply learning the concepts as completely as you can.
     
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  16. greenbrucelee
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    what he said ^

    get some practice exams and aim for 85-100% and you should be ok on the real thing.

    As BM said you dont know what question is worth how many points. For example a 2 part answer may be worth 100 points whilst a one part question may be worth 1 point or it could be the other way around. Focus on learning all of the subject matter in the objectives and you should be ok.
     
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