Network+ practice test questions are now available in the Get Certified Get Ahead series for only $9.99. Use these to help you take and pass the Network+ exam the first time you take it. The book includes:
- 275 realistic practice test questions
- Over 175 flash cards
Each practice test question includes in-depth explanations to help you understand why the correct answer is correct and why the incorrect answers are incorrect. Master this content and no matter how CompTIA words the questions, you’ll be able to correctly answer them correctly.
The book is organized in five chapters matching the five Network+ domains:
- Network Concepts
- Network Installation and Configuration
- Network Media and Topologies
- Network Management
- Network Security
The introduction includes details on the exam to give you an idea of what to expect such as the passing score, time to take the exam, and how to register.
Each chapter includes four sections to meet the needs and learning styles of different users. You can go through the questions in quiz mode and see the answers on the next Kindle screen, go through them without the answers readily available, or read them with the answers and explanations on the same screen. You can choose what works best for you.
Quiz Mode Section
This section includes practice test questions including answers formatted specifically for the Kindle. One screen shows the question. When you decide what you think is the correct answer, go to the next screen to see the correct answer and the in-depth explanation. If the question or answers include an acronym, you’ll see it spelled out in the explanation to help you remember what it is.
These flash cards are formatted specifically for the Kindle to help reinforce important concepts. One screen shows a flash card type question and the next screen shows the answer. If a flash card question or answer includes an acronym, you’ll see it spelled out in the answer to help you remember what it is.
Practice Test Questions Without Answers
This section repeats the questions in the quiz mode section but the answers are not readily available. You can use this to test yourself to see if you know why the correct
answers are correct, and why the incorrect answers are incorrect.
Practice Test Questions with Answers
This section combines the questions, answers, and explanations so you can use it as a last minute review for any of the domains.
CompTIA Security+: Get Certified Get Ahead: SY0-401 Study Guide
Free Kindle Apps Available
While the Kindle are great for reading, you don’t need one to use this eBook. Amazon has created free applications you can use on just about any platform including:
- Windows PC
- Windows Phone 7
You can also read books in some web browsers through the Kindle Cloud Reader.
Mobile App Coming Soon
The folks at LearnZapp are working on a mobile app with this content too. The mobile app includes an interactive test engine and will be available for the following platforms:
- iOS devices including iPhones and iPads
- Android devices
- Barnes and Noble Nook
The Network+ app will be using the same format as their successful Security+ app.
If you’re looking for a book to understand networking concepts, check out Microsoft Network Essentials. It was written for the Microsoft Technology Associates (MTA) Networking Fundamentals exam (98-366) but some instructors are using it to teach Network+ classes.
If you’re studying for the Network+ N10-005 exam and want a resource to help you take and pass the exam the first time you take it, check out the CompTIA Network+ N10-005 Practice Test Questions (Get Certified Get Ahead). At only $9.99 it’s a steal.
4 thoughts on “Network+ Practice Test Questions”
Does the book Microsoft windows networking exam 98-366 go into enough detail to pass the net+ exam or would I be unprepared using this textbook and practice tests to self study? And what practice tests would you recommend?
In general, you have the best chance of success if you use a book for the exam that you plan to take.
However, many instructors use the Microsoft Windows Networking Essentials book (98-366) to teach Network+ concepts but they supplement it with other materials.
I have created some Network+ materials available on Amazon (http://ow.ly/vGdP5 ), practice tests and flashcards available here (http://gcgapremium.com/network/network-value-package/), and a Network+ app for most mobile devices: http://learnzapp.com/partners/darrilgibson/
I see you posted this question on TechExams (http://www.techexams.net/forums/security/75492-encoding-vs-obfuscation.html) and got some good answers. I doubt you’ll come across this in the Network+ exam though.
Can u pls lemme know the clear difference between Obfuscation and Encoding.