CompTIA Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Seventh Edition (Exam N10-007)

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Thoroughly revised for the new CompTIA Network+ exam, the Seventh Edition of this bestselling All-in-One Exam Guide delivers 100% coverage of the exam objectives and serves as a valuable on-the-job reference

Take the latest version of the CompTIA Network+ exam with complete confidence using the fully updated information contained in this comprehensive self-study system. The book offers clear instruction and real-world examples from training expert and bestselling author Mike Meyers along with hundreds of accurate practice questions.

Fulfilling the promise of the All-in-One series, this complete reference serves both as a study tool and a valuable on-the-job reference that will serve readers beyond the exam. CompTIA Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Seventh Edition (Exam N10-007) also includes access to free video training and interactive hands-on labs and simulations that prepare you for difficult performance-based questions. A valuable pre-assessment test enables readers to gauge their familiarity with the test’s objectives and tailor an effective course for study.

·         Contains complete coverage of every objective for the CompTIA Network+ Certification exam

·         Written by CompTIA training and certification guru Mike Meyers

·         Electronic content includes the Total Tester exam simulator with over 100 practice questions, over an hour of training videos, and a collection of Mike Meyers’ favorite shareware and freeware networking utilities



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  1. 20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    You MIGHT be able to pass with this book alone, but it is missing a lot of what CompTIA wants., July 31, 2018
    Paul Nadolny (NJ, USA)

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    This review is from: CompTIA Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Seventh Edition (Exam N10-007) (Hardcover)
    Mike’s books are typically very good. The A+ book was enough for me to pass my exam. This book, however, is missing a lot. Like most of his books, I’d wager close to 100 pages or so could be removed with irrelevant information involving obsolete terms and technologies that no longer exist and haven’t for decades.

    I purchased the CompTIA Certmaster bundle because it wasn’t much more expensive than just the exam voucher and it helped a lot with A+. Well almost immediately upon answering CompTIA’s actual questions I started noticing that a lot of what they were looking for was nowhere to be found in the nearly 800 pages of a book meant to help you pass the exam. CompTIA’s definition of acronyms are different than his (and their definitions are what matters if you want to pass), entire concepts are not even touched on, information about some standards not in here, info about a few specific port numbers are not quite accurate, and a lot more.

    While this book is a very good prep tool and reference guide for future use, just be wary that you will need to find alternative literature to fill in the gaps. When I go for other certifications I believe I will most likely look for alternatives to Mr. Meyers’ books.

  2. 52 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I find the book to be perfect for my network+ prep efforts, despite other negative reviews, July 3, 2018

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    This review is from: CompTIA Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Seventh Edition (Exam N10-007) (Hardcover)
    Just purchased. I don’t understand what the drama is about in the other ratings. I bought this book knowing it deliberately catered to the CompTIA curriculum rather than Cisco. I also don’t understand the complaints regarding the author’s expertise or writing style. I am finding the book to be just fine for preparing me for this exam and acting as a good supplement to my Security+ study material. If I find anything remarkably disagreeable about this book that causes my opinion to change, I’ll update this review but it seems great. I got the product I paid for, and this is an all-in-one focus book on Network+. Maybe the negative reviewers were looking for something more in depth than what this book has to offer, I’m not sure. But for my skill level, at this time, this is what I need.

    edit: It looks like the negative reviews for this item were spam and have since, fortunately, been removed. This book really is worth while to buy and learn from. My review remains at 5 stars.

  3. 85 of 86 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Must read!, August 4, 2018
    Kindle Customer

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    This review is from: CompTIA Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Seventh Edition (Exam N10-007) (Hardcover)
    I write this review with hopes it will help another IT enthusiast like myself.

    I passed my Network+ Exam yesterday (August 3rd) on my first try. I have zero networking experience, and my only prior knowledge of networking was the introduction to networking class I took while working on my Bachelors in Information Technology.

    I gave myself one month from receiving this book until I was in the Exam room. I did just that and felt that this book was beneficial. For those of you that have little to no knowledge of networking, this book will help give you an excellent overview of networking. Professor Meyers has a unique method of piecing everything together as you progress throughout the book.

    Depending on your learning style, I would suggest other material on top of this book when taking the exam. It was difficult, and I don’t believe I would have passed just by reading this book alone. The book provided a great foundation of general knowledge on each key objective. However, I used two other study materials to be safe.

    Professor Messer’s videos were beneficial, as well as printing off his PDF notes. His videos are linear with the learning objectives. Which was great to follow up with after cramming this study guide; additionally I found Certmaster was well worth the price. About 800 questions overall and had a quick learning method of re-quizzing you on areas you struggled on.

    My study methodology:
    Cram Network+ 007 study guide in two weeks (About 55 pages a day)
    One week of binging Professor Messer’s videos (12 Hours total playing time)
    One week of CertMaster, and any other areas I felt that I need additional research.

    I hope this helps those of you that are nervous about the exam like I was.

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