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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Network+ Training Guide (Training Guides (Que)).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Mike Harwood(Author) Drew Bird(Author)

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Readers preparing for the Network+ exam will find the Network+ Training Guide to be the most useful self-study tool in the market. This book is their one-stop shop because of its teaching methodology, the accompanying ExamGear testing software, and superior Web site support at In true Training Guide fashion, this book features exam tips, study strategies, review exercises, case studies, practice exams, ExamGear testing software, and more. The book has CompTIA's Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) stamp of approval.

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  • By Edward Graney on 1 March 2004

    I've been meaning to take my Network+ for ages so I bit the bullet and took a week off work. I sat down to study with just this book and a old Net Essentials one I had left over from my NT4 days. Network+ Training Guide is a very easy read and very well suited to it's target audience - the author strikes a good balance and neither dumbs down nor over complicates the subject at hand. The end of chapter tests were very good as was the final exam (I passed but scored higher on the real thing!). More than 1 practice test on the cd would have been nice as would greater coverage of issues such as subnetting.Overall though I can barely fault it - Excellent.

  • By Matthew McKnight on 11 May 2005

    I bought this book after using other books by the same author. Like the previous titles I had read, the information in the book is much more than what you would actually need on the test, but that's a good thing. The book goes into great detail for those wanting to go more indepth into the topics than what is actually required on the Net+ test. The book is presented in a logical manor, and with the aid of a little humor, makes for an excellent read. This book was my main source while studying for my Net+, and I came out with 90%....

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