CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) 6 Practice Exams and Simulations

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r/WGUIT • comment
4 points • rhatzilbrou

I took my exam this morning at 7 am. For the second time.

I nearly flagged every questions, half laughing and half panicking because I felt with absolutely certainty that I would fail.

Those PBQs- yes, hard. But surprisingly, I was somewhat prepared. I used this exam by Jason Dion on Udemy. Each practice test has 4-5 PBQs. (

Hang in there. You’ll smash it.

r/CompTIA • comment
3 points • wolfenstein1998

If you look at Dion Udemy practice exams, it's almost a replica of it. Get the 6 practice exams and you will have all you need.

CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) 6 Practice Exams and Simulations | Udemy

This one. Get the free trial and you have 7 days to practice.

All they give you is a virtual white board that you can write on. My laptop is a screen touch it made it easier to write on it.

r/CompTIA • comment
2 points • Gocpodin

I used Dion's and I am using his Sec+ one now. I feel like his Net+ practice exams were harder than the actual exam.

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4 points • buddythePM
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1 points • Laserhamster1

I used Dion's tests on Udemy.

They're on sale for $12, highly recommend. Good luck!

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1 points • kushtoma451

Add Jason Dion Practice exams to your study, you'll thank me later.

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1 points • slimauz

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1 points • Aedraxeus

Good luck on your exam.

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1 points • FriscoTec

THIS ONE at Udemy has SIMs. Closest thing you can get on a budget. The full blown labs will usually be pricey. The ones I had at DionTraining were fantastic. I want to say the access expired after a year but I don't see that detail at the website now.

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1 points • PizzaTime79

This should get you to the Dion tests. There's a full course you can get too, but I just went for the tests. If you search the Udemy site, you can find a bunch of other courses. Mike Meyers is really popular. Get them now while they're on sale. They're expensive as hell otherwise. Professor Messer is all free on YouTube, just run a search for him. Good luck!

r/CompTIA • comment
1 points • eyehawktheoriginal

If you go through his website then its always on sale.

If the link doesnt reflect the sale then just look up his website and navigate through it

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1 points • 84_Necromancer_84

I was scoring between 75% and 80% on them

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1 points • Quasari

The Dion ones are here.

The exam cram one has a piece of paper in the book that gives you access on Pearson's test prep site.

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1 points • EjjabaMarie

Is this what you’re looking for?

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1 points • NSD2327

Messer's videos, and the bundle of 6 Dion practice exams

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1 points • WhatisAleve

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2 points • rrdelta

I 100% agree with the Jason Dion comments. I thought his exams did a great job getting me ready for the Net+ certification, especially the PBQs. The only thing I would also recommend is knowing how to setup a VLAN and the difference between Layer2 and Layer3 switches. Ping me if you have any questions, I just took it last week and passed with a 806/900.

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2 points • pta19

These are typically a staple and are on sale right now.

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1 points • aliya19
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1 points • Dull-Instance9742

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1 points • Colinroberson

Read the deluxe study guide that you already have, then supplement that with Professor Messer. Once you're closer to your exam date take these:

I found them to be harder than the actual Net+ exam, but very similarly worded. If you can pass those, you're ready to take it.

You may already know this, but the student discount on the actual exam itself is pretty good. If you haven't already, sign up here:

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4 points • m0nster88
Network+ Passed today! Study material and question at the bottom

Passed Network+ today!

Received my A+ and Sec+ in 2017 and failed the N10-006 thereafter. Recently picked up the AWS CCP certification and figured I needed to finish the "CompTIA Trifecta", whatever that really means. Started studying again 2 weeks ago and to be brief here was my methodology.

Exam gave me a tense feeling since Net+ is so far the first and only exam I have failed thus far. It truly still was more intimidating than A+ and Sec+. The two year break with a new test version brought new challenges but I dedicated a significant amount of time to cramming in everything I could. I didn't feel confident at first but I was able to complete the test, then start from beginning, tidy up simulations, and check my answers up to maybe question 60 before the clock ran out. Did my survey and received a screen with 788/900 PASS. Felt good.

Now that said, I am reviewing the CompTIA Career Pathway and I am curious. I am unable to locate the answer to my question but is there a significance to actually having A+, Net+, and Sec+? Do you need ITF+ to branch out to ex: Linux+? Is ITF+ something I missed? I guess I need to read up on stackable certs too.

Thanks to the community for referring the resources that help to your success as it was beneficial in many ways for exam prep.

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2 points • genericuser9000

Professor Messor has a great course for all the CompTIA exams, including Security+. I also used Jason Dions Network+ exams on Udemy which are probably the closest you can get to the test material without seeing the test itself. Also Jason Dions course on Udemy was pretty good if you really want to cement the information into your head. Besides that you could print out the objectives and study each item on it.

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1 points • RickHunter777

Short answer: Messer for videos, Dion for questions (both are concise).

Professor Messer has Net+ questions are free ajd well-written. While Meyers had his entertaining humor built into some of his questions, I found Dion's questions most valuable as he was to-the-point.

Here is Messer's free pop quiz (20 questions):

Another link to his once-a-week questions:

Finally, Jason Dion's practice tests via Udemy:

r/CompTIA • comment
1 points • Anastasia_IT

Start with Prof Messer on YouTube.

Then use Dion and ExamsDigest for exam simulators and PBQs.

To save you some time, you can find the links below:
1. Prof. Messer =

  1. Dion =

  2. ExamsDigest =

Best of luck 😊