Bangalore, Karnataka -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/09/2009 -- SimulationExams.com, a provider of IT certification practice exams has recently released Network+ (Exam code: N10-004) practice exams. Exam# N10 004 is the only exam that needs to be passed for being awarded CompTIA Network certification. Net+ cert, awarded by CompTIA is one of the most popular certifications in the field of networking. Network+ exam is intended for candidates who have experience in the following areas:
- Network Technologies
- Network Media and Topologies
- Network Devices
- Network Management
- Network Tools
- Network Security
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* Ability to gauge one's preparedness to take actual certification exam using section-wise scoring
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* To familiarize oneself with actual exam environment (such as timed test, relevant practice questions, etc.)
The questions types include multiple choice single answer, multiple choice multiple answers, true/false, and exhibit based questions. Most of the questions carry detailed explanation for thorough understanding of the subject. Section wise scoring is provided for identifying weak areas. The tests conform to the objectives of the Network+ exam.
Other CompTIA practice exams available include A+ Essentials/IT Tech, Server+, Security+, and others.
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