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    Default I passed Comptia 901!

    I passed 901 yay! I was stressing out over this so I'm glad I don't have to retake it. On to 902!
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    Heeyyy Congratz!!!! What did you use to study? I'm finally on my way to take my late Jan.
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    How hard was the 901?
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    Thanks guys. I used Professor Messer videos. The Exam cram book and Mike Meyers all in one book. I did practice tests on the crucial exams and exam compass websites which helped. I also printed out the comptia objectives and used them as a checklist. It was useful to return to topics I handn't fully grasped. The test itself wasn't too hard but it was a lot of troubleshooting stuff. I'd say brush up on that and also know your port numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ny246 View Post
    Thanks guys. I used Professor Messer videos. The Exam cram book and Mike Meyers all in one book. I did practice tests on the crucial exams and exam compass websites which helped. I also printed out the comptia objectives and used them as a checklist. It was useful to return to topics I handn't fully grasped. The test itself wasn't too hard but it was a lot of troubleshooting stuff. I'd say brush up on that and also know your port numbers.
    Thanks ny246! I plan to use a similar route but I can't do Meyers' book because its too wordy for me. Thanks for the advice!!!
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    Congrats. I'm contemplating late January/the first week of February for myself.
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