CompTIA Network+: Exam Cram

BookCoverنام کتاب: CompTIA Network+: Exam Cram

مؤلفان: Emmett Dulaney, Mike Harwood

ناشر: McGraw-Hill/Osborne, Planet3 Wireless

سال چاپ (ویرایش چهارم): ۲۰۱۲ (۴Th Edition)

شابک (ISBN): 978-0789749055

قیمت: ۴۴٫۹۹$

مقدمه کتاب:

Exam Crams are designed to give you the information you need to know to prepare for a certification exam. They cut through the extra information, focusing on the areas you need to get through the exam. With this in mind, the elements within the Exam Cram titles are aimed at providing the exam information you need in the most succinct and accessible manner. In this light, this book is  organized to closely follow the actual CompTIA  objectives for exam N10-005. As such, it is easy to find the information required for each of the specified CompTIA Network+ objectives. The objective focus design used by this Exam Cram is an important feature because the information you need to know is easily identifiable and accessible. To see what we mean, compare the CompTIA objectives to the book’s layout, and you can see that the facts are right where you would expect them to be. Within the chapters, potential exam hot spots are clearly highlighted with Exam Alerts. They have been carefully placed to let you know that the surrounding discussion is an important area for the exam. To further help you prepare for the exam, a Cram Sheet is included that you can use in the  final stages of test preparation. Be sure to pay close attention to the bulleted points on the Cram Sheet because they pinpoint the technologies and facts you probably will encounter on the test. Finally, great effort has gone into the questions that appear throughout the chapter and the practice tests to ensure that they accurately represent the look and feel of the ones you will see on the real  Network+ exam. Be sure, before taking the exam, that you are comfortable with both the format and content of the questions provided in this book.


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