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  1. Junior Member Registered Member
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    Default Final preparation for N+

    Ok folks,

    3 weeks away from attempt 2 at N+. I'm looking for recommendations on last minute exam / simulation programs.

    I have purchased the Pearson Comptia N+ lab and found it great but now looking for different material. I find this type of learning fits me better.

    thank you

    Phil
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    Professor Messer Network+ Free Online Video Course (skim through it to cover anything you've missed):

    https://www.professormesser.com/netw...-course-index/

    CompTIA Network+ Objectives (use as a checklist):

    https://certification.comptia.org/do...objectives.pdf

    MeasureUp (paid) practice exam or ExamCompass (free) practice tests:

    https://www.measureup.com/
    https://www.examcompass.com/comptia/...practice-tests
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    Make sure you got the objectives down cold. Anything you aren't sure of, look it up on youtube As you know pay attention to the wording of the exam questions.
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