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The RFID+ Certification Exam Cram is the perfect study companion. This is a useful (however not sufficient) book if preparing for the RFID+ exam.

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This book is a guide to CompTIA's new RFID+ Security exam and includes the following study elements: Exam objectives covered in a chapter are clearly explained in the beginning of the chapter, Notes and Alerts.

Studying for the new RFID+ exam? The RFID+ Certification Exam Cramis the perfectstudy companion. It features relevant Exam Notes that will help you score better on the exam, more than 300 exam prep questions, tips, acronyms, memory joggers, andthe ever popular "Cram Sheet" tearcard, which is great for last-minute studying. There is also a CD-ROM based testing engine included, providing for realistic exam preparation and readiness feedback. Plus, the RFID+ Certification Exam Cramhas the CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) seal of approval!

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This is a useful (however not sufficient) book if preparing for the RFID+ exam. It is cleanly written and understandable, with an emphasis on simple facts, e.g. High Frequency tags transmit at 13.56 MHz. Check. Got it. There are a handful of contradictions in the book, e.g. on one page, LF tags are used for animal tracking, and on another page, HF tags are used for livestock tracking. ?!?!? It provides a solid, across the board overview of the subjects on the exam and as such makes a good intro book for a newbie. The practice questions at the end of each chapter are easy and there is only a single practice exam with ~50 questions on the CD. (The actual exam has 80).

Having taken the exam, I can assure you that this book is in no way sufficient to adequately prepare you for the actual exam on its own. You will need to either use a more exhaustive reference or supplement this with a second reference.

If you are looking for a single exam prep guide, this is not the one. If you are prepared to pick up ~3 books to cover all the bases, get lots of practice questions, reinforce knowledge through repetition, etc. then this book should be one of the ones you pick up.
This book gives you a very good feel for the exam; and reading it from end to end atleast twice would give a good chance of passing the exam. I have passed the exam but I did not entirely rely on this book. Relying on this book entirely is not recommended.

For multiple choice questions, where you have to select more than one answer, the book fails to mention how many. This is not how COMPTIA exams work. It makes it very difficult for the reader to judge the sample test scores..

I ordered an e-book online through the OTA website and also got a discount, but it can only be enabled on one PC
This is a good overview of the technology, but it is not, by itself, sufficient to prepare a novice for the RFID+ examination.