SimulationExams.com Releases Practice Tests Engine for Mac OS

Simulationexams.com recently released it’s popular practice tests engine for Mac OS. With this, the practice tests are available on all major platforms viz Windows 7, 8, 8.1, Vista, and Windows10; Apple iOS, Android, and Mac OS.

The software is available in an integrated form wherein all the available tests are included. The following practice tests are made available:

  1. Comptia A+ Core 1 and 2
  2. Comptia Network+, and Sec+
  3. Cisco CCNA and CCNP Route CCNP Switch
  4. Juniper JNCIA® and a few others.

All the above are available in trial version with one download. The full version for any of these exams may be downloaded and activated online on purchase. The software may be downloaded by following the link given below:

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/se-integrated-exam-engine/id1490987462?ls=1&mt=12

All the above said exams are available in demo mode, which is limited to 30 questions each. Full version of the exams consist of 300+ questions with answers and flash card explanation for each question.

Few of the features of the software are given below:

1. Candidate Exam Screen:

As you can see in the figure below, exam screen is where the user is presented with a question to answer. Each question will have question ID (this is unique for every exam), flash card explanation, timer (you can pause it in Learn Mode), and night mode. You can also take the exam in full screen for better concentration while taking the exam.

2. Question Type – Drag-n-drop (hotspot) Screen

This type of question challenges the user to match the image with respective description. For example, identifying various types of connectors available on computer motherboard.

Comptia exams usually involves identification of various components and respective functionalities.

3. Question Type – Drag-n-drop Screen:

This type of question is similar to image drag n drop, but uses text to match. A sample question is shown in the figure. The user needs to drag the left side box on to the correct box on the right side.

 

4. Review Screen:

The review screen provides an overview of all the questions that have been answered or not. Candidates can directly go to the un-answered questin and answer it using Review Screen. Note that if the time is over for the exam, the exam is terminated and the results are saved.

5. Score Screen:

After completing the exam or after the time is over for completion of the exam, the score card is displayed. The category wise scoring is reported in the exam score sheet.

Various parameters like pass score, number of questions in the exam may be set by the instructor or admin.

In app purchase is made available without having to leave the exam environment for buying and activating the exam. The iOS versions for iPhone and iPad are available here:

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/se-integrated-exam-engine/id1490987462?ls=1&mt=12#see-all/developer-other-apps

Check out the iTunes web page for more information on available exams.

Simulationexams.com is neither associated nor affiliated with Cisco® Systems, Inc. Comptia or any other company. CCNA, CCENT, ICND2, CCNP,CCDA are trademarks of Cisco® Systems and duly acknowledged. Comptia® A+, Network+, Security+ are trademarks of Comptia® organization and duly acknowledged.

CCNA 200-125 exam retiring soon!

Simulationexams.com A+ practice tests for MacThe current version of Cisco CCNA 200-125 is retiring on 23rd Feb 2020. Several other associate level exams, such as CCENT, CCDA, CCNA Security are also retiring along with CCNA. The new exam CCNA 200-301 will have completely revised syllabus with focus on hands-on experience and less coverage of TCP fundamentals. New areas included are Cisco Wireless Controllers (WLCs), Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA), and Networking Security (enhanced).

It is recommended that those who are in the middle of preparation for CCNA 200-125 or those who had already completed CCENT, to finish CCNA before the deadline. Else, your CCENT certification would not be of any help to continue to CCNA 200-301.

The new syllabus doesn’t cover RIP, and BGP. More focus is put on broad spectrum of technologies including router IOS, network security, Cisco DNA, and WLC configuration and testing. You may download the practice tests for CCNA 200-125 or CCDA.

Wish you good luck!

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Anand Software Launches Networking Labs using Cisco, Juniper and Other Devices

Anand Software and Training is happy to announce the launch of networking labs for Cisco, Juniper, and other network device vendors. These labs consist of real routers, switches, servers, and workstations. The labs would be helpful to candidates desirous of having hands-on experience using various vendor networks such as Cisco and Juniper. Labs for routing, network security, wireless, and voice technologies are available. Check out our website https://www.anandsoft.com for more information.

Though various simulators are available for such labs, the simulators are software only virtual labs and fall short of providing full-length experience that one gets using actual physical networks. Our labs are intended to fill the gap between what you learned using books/lab-manuals/simulators and actual physical labs.

The labs are useful not only for those preparing for certifications also those intending to learn networking and pursue networking path.

Good luck!

Simulationexams.com Updates Network+ Practice Tests

Simulationexams.com, recently updated it’s Comptia Network+ practice exam to reflect up to date exam objectives. You may download the most recent practice tests from here: http://www.simulationexams.com/downloads/comptia/network+download.htm

You may also download Network+ cram notes by going to http://www.simulationexams.com/cram-notes/networkplus-cram-notes.htm
Network+ practice tests offered by simulationexams.com consists of 400+ questions with answers and explanations for thorough preparation. The tests are updated from time to time to keep up with the changes in the exam pattern and syllabus. The question types consist of multiple choice questions (MCQs), drag n drop type, and hot spot, and simulations. The question db difficulty is in line with what you encounter in the real certification exam.

The objectives covered by Network+ exam include networking fundamentals, network implementation for home and small business organizations, network security, and professional conduct and practice. You may check out the Network+ practice questions by visiting the site. Another resource available is Network+ labsim from certexams.com.

Comptia Network+ The lab sim contains several labs for hands on practice ensuring thorough preparation before appearing for the Network+ exam. Several labs on networking fundamentals, DNS, DHCP, and network troubleshooting have been provided.  Other practice tests available from Comptia stream are A+ Core 1, A+ Core 2, Security+ and Server+.

Disclaimer: Note that Comptia is a registered trademark of Comptia organizzation, and  Network+™ is a trademark of Comptia. Simulationexams.com is not associated with Comptia organization.

 

 

 

SimulationExams Releases New Comptia A+ Core1 and Core2 Practice Tests for Mobile Devices

A+ Core examSimulationexams.com, leading provider of practice exams and network simulators, recently released practice tests for Comptia®. A+ Core1®. and Comptia A+ Core2®. exams.  Currently, the practice tests are available for mobile devices including Android phones and Apple iOS phones. As you all might be aware, the existing exams, 220-901 and 220-902 are going to be retired by 31st July 2019 (English language version). The same are going to be replaced by 220-1001 (A+ Core 1) and 220-1002 (A+ Core 2) respectively. A few significant inclusions are Windows 10 operating system, and enhancement in virtual services such as Cloud services. Mobile devices and security have also been given more importance in recent revision. Over all, 85% of the syllabus remains to be same as that of older one.

Desktop versions of the practice tests will be released in few days and the same will be announced accordingly. The topics (objectives) covered in the new exams are given below:

Exam: A+ Core 1 (Code: 200-1001)

Passing score 675 (on a scale of 100–900)

DOMAIN                       PERCENTAGE OF EXAMINATION
1.0 Mobile Devices   14%
2.0 Networking        20%
3.0 Hardware            27%
4.0 Virtualization and Cloud Computing                   12%
5.0 Hardware and Network Troubleshooting          27%
Total 100%

Exam: A+ Core 2 (Code: 220-1002)

DOMAIN                                  PERCENTAGE OF EXAMINATION
1.0 Operating Systems      27%
2.0 Security                           24%
3.0 Software Troubleshooting             26%
4.0 Operational Procedures                  23%
Total 100%

Number of questions Maximum of 90
Types of questions Multiple choice and performance-based
Length of test 90 minutes
Recommended experience 12 months of experience as an IT support specialist
Passing score 700 (on a scale of 100–900)

It may be notes that the passing score for Core 1 is 675 where as that of Core 2  is 700 on a scale of 100-900.

The practice tests offered by simulationexams.com cover all the objectives and include performance based questions.

You may download the practice tests by clicking on the links given below:

Android versions of the A+ Exam:

Apple iOS versions of the A+ Exam:

Check out the website for most recent updates and download the software.

All Simulation Exams practice tests, study guides and/or material are neither sponsored by, nor endorsed by, nor affiliated  with CompTIA® or any other company. All trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners and duly  acknowledged. A+™, Network+™, i-Net+™, Server+™,Security+™ are registered trade marks of CompTIA®.

Comptia® Old A+ Exams Retiring By July 2019

As you might be knowing, Comptia® released new A+ certification exams, namely,

  • Comptia A+® Core 1 (220-1001) and
  • Comptia A+® Core 2 (220-1002)

The exams are already effective, though the older exams Comptia A+ Essentials, and Comptia A+ Practical Application will be live till July 2019. It may be noted that Comptia’s new A+ exams will have more emphasis on virtualization, cloud, and security.  Simulationexams.com is in the process of releasing the practice tests for the same. Check out Comptia A+ Core1 and Comptia A+ Core2 practice tests pages for more details.

It may be noted that you cannot mix and match the new and older exams. Either you have to take both older exams (220-901 and 220-902) or you have to take both new exams (220-1001 and 220-1002). If you are already in the middle of preparation, it is recommended that you prepare for the older exams.

Good luck!

Related post: http://www.simulationexams.com/Blog/2019/01/30/aplus-exams-core1-and-core2/ 

Disclaimer: Comptia® is a registered trademark of Comptia organization and duly acknowledged. A+ Core1 and A+ Core2 are trademarks of Comptia organization.

CertExams.com Updates SwitchSim for Juniper JUNOS/ iOS

Certexams.com updated Switch Network Simulator (SwitchSim) for Juniper JUNOS/ Cisco iOS switches. The recent update includes the following:
1. Explanation has been added to each lab at the end
2. “show” commands have been expanded
3. Some bugs have been fixed.
The software is useful for candidates preparing for Juniper/Cisco certs like CCNA and JNCIA. The software may be download by using the following link:
http://routersimulator.certexams.com/switch-simulator-download.html

The available labs may be view here:
http://routersimulator.certexams.com/switch-simulator-labs.html

Other software available include CCNA Network Sim, Juniper JNCIA network simulator, A+ lb sim and others.

ExamGuides.com Website Update

Exam Guides CCNA, CCNP A+ExamGuides.com, a leading exam cram website for IT certs has been updated to provide better user experience by incorporating breadcrumbs, horizontal navigation, and search engine optimization. The website offers exam cram notes on CCNA, CCNP, Comptia A+, Network+, Juniper JNCIA, and others. The cram notes is free and useful for candidates preparing for certification exams for final review of the syllabus. Check it out!

Available:

New A+ Exams Released by Comptia, named A+ Core1 and A+ Core2

Comptia organization, a pioneer in promoting computer skills among youth in USA and worldwide, released new A+ exams on 15th Jan 2019. The exams will be replacing the current A+ exams, namely A+ Essentials exam (220-901) and A+ Practical exam (220-902). The new exams have been named as A+ Core1 (200-1001) and A+ Core2 (200-1002) and available from Jan 15th 2019.

Important features of new exams:

CompTIA A+ 220-1001 covers mobile devices, networking technology, hardware, virtualization and cloud computing and network troubleshooting.

CompTIA A+ 220-1002 covers installing and configuring operating systems, expanded security, software troubleshooting and operational procedures.

Important features of the exam: These are not much different from its predecessor except for syllabus.

  • Number of questions: Maximum of 90 questions per exam (same as 901/902)
  • Types of questions: Multiple choice questions (single and multiple response), drag and drops and performance-based (same as 901/902)
  • Duration of the exam: 90 Minutes per exam (same as 901/902)
  • Recommended experience: 9 to 12 months hands-on experience in the lab or field (same as 901/902)
  • Languages offered: English at launch​. German, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese and Spanish in 2019  (added simplified chinese!)

Simulationexams.com will be providing the A+ Core1 and A+ Core2 practice tests in due course and the subscribers will be provided with an intimation on the availability of the practice tests by newsletter.

The exam objectives for A+ Core 1 200-1001 are given under:

Sl. No.    Domain           Weightage (in percentage)

1.0  Mobile Devices 14%
2.0 Networking 20%
3.0 Hardware 27%
4.0 Virtualization and Cloud Computing 12%
5.0 Hardware and Network Troubleshooting 27%
Total 100%

As far as the syllabus is concerned, there are quite a few changes in A+ Core1. The major changes are with Mobile Devices, Virtualization and Cloud Computing. You may expect more questions targeted in these areas.

The exam objectives for A+ Core2 (200-1002) are given under:

Sl. No.    Domain           Weightage (in percentage)

1.0 Windows Operating Systems 29%
2.0 Other Operating Systems & Technologies 12%
3.0 Security 22%
4.0 Software Troubleshooting 24%
5.0 Operational Procedures 13%
Total 100%

mobile device synchronization, various methods for securing mobile devices have been covered thoroughly in the syllabus.

Note that older exams, 220-901 and 220-902 are available till July 2019 and candidates who have already in the middle of preparation can take the older exams. If you have just started the preparation or going to start, it is recommended to go for 1000 series of A+ exams. Note that mix and match is not allowed for A+ exams. That means, you can’t take for 900 series exam (say, 200-901) and one 1000 series exam (say, 200-1002) and can’t get certified. Either you have to take both 900 series exams or both 1000 series exams.

We will be adding some practice questions soon! Keep watching!

Good luck!

SimulationExams.com Labsim Update

Simulationexams.com, leading practice tests provider, recently updated Network+ lab simulator with additional labs and fixing known bugs. The labsim offers virtual labs for hands-on practice and useful for candidates preparing for A+ and Network+ exams, offered by Comptia organization. The available labs include DNS/DHCP configuration, motherboard components identification, MB connector configurations, peripherals configuration, hardware troubleshooting, and OS installation and configurations. The software is available in both trial and full versions, and may be downloaded from the product home page given below:

http://www.simulationexams.com/LabSim/network-lab-simulator.htm 

Alternatively, it is available with exam simulator, offering both labsim and examsim in the same package. For more information, please visit the product page here:

http://www.simulationexams.com/exam-details/comptia-netplus-practice-tests-with-labsim.htm

 Disclaimer: All trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners and duly  acknowledged. A+™, Network+™, i-Net+™, Server+™,Security+™ are registered trade marks of CompTIA®. The practice tests material is a copyright of SimulationExams.com and the same is not approved or endorsed by respective certifying bodies.