uCertify Guide for CompTIA Exam N10-004 Network+ (2009): Pass your Network+ Certification in first attempt
IT certification exams require a lot of study and practice. Many of our customers spend weeks, if not months preparing for the exam. While most classroom training and certification preparation software do a good job of covering exam material and providing practice questions, summarization of the highlights and key study points is often missing. This book is intended to bridge the gap between preparation and the final exam. It is designed to be an easy reference that will walk you through all the exam objectives with easy to remember key points required to successfully pass the certification exam. It reinforces the key points, while helping you focus on the exam requirements. The benefits are multifold and can help you save hours of exam review, while keeping key concepts fresh in your mind before the exam. This critical review will help you with the final exam preparation touches and give you the confidence needed for the big day. Benefits of this exam countdown and quick review guide: 1. Focused approach to reviewing exam material - review what you must know 2. All key exam concepts highlighted and reinforced 3. Time saving - must know facts at your finger tips in one condensed version 4. Detailed explanations of all possible answers to practice questions to ensure your grasp of the topic 5 A full length simulation exam to determine your exam readiness
By D. Dapkus "Inspector Cramer" - December 28, 2010
I don't understand how a book like this one gets published. There is little discernible organization to the book. Instead, it's a somewhat disorganized set of bullets of networking information. Oddly, the information in some bullets are repeated; sometimes verbatim, sometimes rephrased. The publishers appeared to have failed to use a simple spell checker. There are numerous gramatical errors.
The book isn't entirely useless; it's just bizarre. For example, in chapter 6 "Network Security" in a section entitled "Explain Common Features of a Firewall", the following bullets (among many others) appear: - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is an organization of engineers and electronics professionals who develop standards for hardware and software. - Firewall is used to protect the network against unauthorized access. - Rogue emplyees (sic) and dial-up connections are threats to network security. - Firewall prevents external... read more
Serving as a concise, focused study aid to help you prepare for the leading non-vendor-specific networking certification exam, this book features more review questions and study review features than ...