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The current version of CompTIA Network+, exam code N10-005, was released Dec. 1, 2011. The revised objectives address virtual networking and give increased attention to network security and coverage of the seven-layer OSI (Open System Interconnection) model.
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It's a good app to practice. A lot of questions definitely worth the money. I wish it gave explanations of why a question is wrong. Some of the questions do show up on the test. But the real test is a lot harder. A lot of performance-based questions
Overall, I have to say that the app is extremely helpful. However, I found a few errors and now I find it rather difficult to trust the app. If you can get past the few errors, overall this app does a good job.
I used this as a study tool and passed my Network + yesterday with 808 out of 900! I downloaded a few other apps but barely touched them. When I'm ready for my next exam, I will be looking for apps by this app maker.
I passed my N10-005 using this along with another app and extra study material. This app serves it's purpose, just a ton of questions. I had to drop a star because I found some wrong answers. But you can easily pick up on them if you studied before taking practice exams.
Has a lot of questions but no explanations for the answers. The study mode doesn't give you anything but the right answer. Also, it has a reference to a book but it doesn't give you the title of the book. Needs more to really be worth $13.
Some of the questions on this application are only a few words off of the actual test. I would say upwords of a third of my test were questions I could answer from recalling questions directly out of this app. I would not say this app could make you pass the test alone, but in addition to self study from a text book a person passing this test regularly should have no problems with the Network+ exam.
Excellent Reference for test practice,This is an extremely useful app for preparing for the exam. Lots of question so im happy, keeps me busy on the train to work :)
Fantastic, Really got me going.... takin my test before end of the month
Have been studying for the new exam and this app was helpful, lots of question which is easier than using a text book..
An educational app shouldn't have grammatical formatting issues. A study guide app should not have incorrect answer keys. And a app that cost 9.99 USD should at least fit my iPhone 5 screen, that's just silly. Good intent though. I'm also not sure about the quality and relevancy of the questions here. A lot of redundancy on some concepts.
The only study software we've used that doesn't provide explanations in-app.
- Multiple spelling errors. - Bugs all over, like showing the correct answer once I revealed it but it shows incorrect on the final review. - Obvious wrong answers... One Answer is telling me to use a crimper tool to terminate cat5 in a patch panel. Really? - They have two Identical questions with two different answers. So, where should you keep your MX & A records? DNS server or the Proxy server? I'm glad I'm not relying on just this app to study for the test. Definitely not worth $13... Hell, I wouldn't have complained at all if I had paid $3-5 for it because I do like their method for studying, but for $13 I'm expecting something more professional. Oh well... Lesson learned.