[Posted 3 June 2013 by Kathy Yale]
If your goal is to be a network engineer, you’ll need to take a Network+ certification exam to become qualified in your field. Many individuals may experience issues when they are preparing to their exam whether it be due to time constraint or lack of materials. Fortunately, there are resources available for every test taker to utilize, regardless of experience that will allow them to successfully prepare for their exam.
Here are some practical tips for getting the best possible score on your network certification exam. These suggestions will also help you to retain much of the information on your test after you’ve passed it.
There are a variety of books available in order to successfully study for the exam such as the Mike Meyers CompTIA Network+ Guide to Managing & Troubleshooting Networks. Read each chapter of the textbook you’re using for studying, and take notes. If there are questions at the end of each chapter or at the conclusion of the Network+ textbook, write the answers to the questions down in the book, so you can refer to them as often as you need to before the test.
Online courses offered by Total Seminars apply the material given in the books and give an in-depth tutorial regarding the information needed to pass the exam. These interactive courses are led by skilled instructors and nationally known authors. The classes are both convenient and affordable.
After the live lecture, it’s a good idea to take practice tests, which are offered by Total Seminars. Updated versions of the Certification Exam Guide are available on the website, so you’ll be completely prepared for the questions you’ll see on the actual test.
One of the most effective methods to study for the exam is to attend a number of seminars. This is an effective way for you to have the questions that you were not able to ask during the online course answered. Total Seminars provides instructors who are knowledgeable in becoming Network+ certified. These instructors are an excellent resource to better understand the study material given in the online courses and the book material.
If you’re questions aren’t fully answered during the lecture, search Total Seminars website for the study materials. There are a number of videos on the website that provide information on troubleshooting and software management, as well as instructional videos that teach you how to operate and repair various computer systems effectively.
It’s also important to make sure that you’re studying for your exam in a comfortable environment. Be sure you are studying in a setting that is conducive to your learning habits, whether that is a coffee house or your living room. When you feel at ease, you can go over the important details of your test naturally, which will help you retain the information for the exam.
Once you feel ready, schedule your test as soon as possible. Remember the terminology, theories and program descriptions that you’ve studied, and take your time. Good luck!