After completing this video, the learner will understand the Security+ exam's testing environment and know what to expect when they arrive at the test center.
- You'll be taking the computer-based Security+ exam…at a Pearson Vue testing center…probably not far from your home or office.…These centers, typically located in office buildings…and strip malls, are nondescript locations…that conduct testing for a wide variety of programs.…You might find yourself sitting for the exam…wedged in between a health care professional…taking a nursing exam…and a student tackling a graduate school admissions test.…When you arrive at the test center,…you'll go through a check-in process at the front desk…where the exam staff checks your identification,…takes your photograph,…and electronically captures your signature.…
After all, this is an information security exam.…You didn't expect to get away…without multi-factor identification, did you?…Speaking of identification,…you'll need to bring two forms of identification…along with you to the exam.…You will not be admitted to the exam without them.…Acceptable forms of primary identification…include a driver's license,…a national or state-issued identification card,…
Join cybersecurity expert Mike Chapple as he shares with you tips on how to get ready for the exam and what to expect. He provides an overview of each exam topic, study tips, and suggestions for how to prepare yourself for the exam using practice assessments. He also provides instructions on how to register to take the exam.
This course works in coordination with the six-course Security+ series and provides a 90-question practice exam as a post-course assessment.
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- Evaluating information security careers
- Determining the value of acquiring certification
- Reviewing the six domains in the CompTIA Security+ exam
- Anticipating the testing environment
- Preparing for different types of questions
- Meeting the requirements to pass the exam
- Practicing for the exam