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Exam Cram for MCSE Networking Essentials [Paperback]

Ed Tittel , Kurt Hudson , James Michael Stewart
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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January 1999 Exam Cram (Coriolis Books)
MCSE Networking Essentials Exam Cram, Third Edition, covers all exam formats for Exam 70-058: Networking Essentials. The Third Edition contains a new 32-page "scenario section," designed to prepare the reader for scenario-based questions on the actual exam. Two completely revised practice exams include questions designed to assess the reader's readiness to take the exam, complete with answers and explanations that reinforce the reasoning behind the correct answers. The Third Edition also includes readers' favorite Exam Cram features: Warnings on trick questions, time-saving study tips, multiple-part question strategies, and shortcuts.Special features include: - A revised and updated Cram Sheet with tips, acronyms, and memory joggers that readers can take to the exam. - Cram Fitness Assessments that give readers a way to determine how to proceed with certification by analyzing their educational and experiential background and their subject knowledge level in order to make suggestions about preparation and study.MCSE Networking Essentials Exam Cram, Third Edition covers: OSI model, network hardware and topology, data transmission and network protocols, network and Internet names, remote access and security, and hardware and protocols used for Wide Area Networks.

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About the Author

Ed Tittel (Austin, TX) is president of LANWrights, Inc., a training and content development company. His author team specializes in certification training and networking and has authored over 100 best-selling computer books.

Kurt Hudson is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. He has trained for Productivity Point, TeKnowledge, and a variety of private organizations, and co-authored The IIS 3.0 Bible (IDG, 1997).

James Michael Stewart is the "handler" for an NT Forum on the Softbank Forums Web site, and the leader of the NT Study Group for the Central Texas LAN Association, and co-author of several books. All authors reside in Austin, TX.

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Good Book to Prep With. Sept. 6 2000
If you are completely new to networking, I would not recommend this book. However, one could say this about most of the books in the Exam Cram series. They are not meant to be all inclusive treatises on the subject. This one fairs extremely well in what Exam Cram books are meant to do: cover what you need to know to pass the test. The practice tests in the back of the book are very good. The material in general is well written and easy to read.
WORD OF WARNING: The test this book covers will soon be retired. The last time I checked, Microsoft intends to retire this test and the rest of the core Windows NT 4.0 MCSE tests December 31, 2000. If you don't have your NT 4.0 MCSE by then, you will have to start over with the Windows 2000 tests. DISCLAIMER: This information is according to the last time I checked the Microsoft web site which was September 6, 2000. It may change.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Extremely helpful for exam prep April 7 2000
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This book was a critical part of my prep for the NetworkingEssentials exam. (I passed first try.) I found it much better to readjust the "essential parts" of the essentials than labor through a longer book. It was easily readable and contained just what I needed to know. The practice exams were helpful. I found it not necessary, however, to memorize the "cram sheet" that is included. Otherwise I highly recommend it and the Flash Cards that are also published by the same group.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good resource but beware, exam to be retired Oct. 19 2000
I used this book along with the Official MS Press Networking Essentials book, passed the exam the first time with a 955! Definitely helps distill the tremendous amount of information found in the Microsoft book to what is actually covered on the exam. Excellent questions at the end of each chapter, especially the scenario questions. I would not use this book as your only resource to prepare for the exam. Good luck, this is considered by many to be one of the hardest of the six MCSE exams.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Some real review Dec 19 2000
I didn't like this book. With all the respect I think it's very shallow on most of subjects and not enough even to refresh your knowledge. I think I've wasted my money ( and I did it again with ExamCram NT Server in Enterprise ) so I recommend <Networking Essentials exam guide> by Dan York (see my review about) as solid study guide to start with. Passed NetEss with huge score but ExamCram was not the key to success. Good luck !
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