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Course SummaryGet ready for the TECEP Network Technology exam with this comprehensive and convenient study guide course. The course can be completed in a few weeks, and it contains plenty of assessments to help you evaluate your readiness to take this credit-granting exam.
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About This Course
Use this course to quickly prepare for the TECEP Network Technology exam and earn 3 transferrable college credits. This self-paced and mobile-friendly course can help you get ready for the exam in as little as 1-4 weeks.
The course contains straightforward and informative lessons that examine important concepts related to network technology and data communications, such as server types, cloud computing, computer security and more. Taught by expert instructors, each lesson applies concise definitions and illustrative examples to help make network technology concepts memorable.
Syllabus & Course Information
We've closely aligned this course's syllabus to the topics you'll need to know for the TECEP exam. By watching video lessons and taking the included quizzes, chapter exams and final assessment, you'll be able to determine how well you understand essential network technology definitions, processes, protocols and more.
- Differentiate between network and architecture types
- Describe network models and standards organizations
- Relate the characteristics of a logical and physical topology
- Understand how various types of network devices, media, servers and services function
- Evaluate protocols for high and low-level data communication
- Assess network monitoring and troubleshooting management techniques
- Determine how cyber security can minimize network exposure
- Recognize the types and uses of mobile and cellular technology
- Know the differences between cloud service models, including public private and hybrid models
This course does not have any prerequisites, so you can dive into the lesson material even if you haven't taken a network technology course before.
Containing 84 lessons that average 8 minutes in length, the course walks you through 8 chapters that examine the concepts that are covered on the TECEP exam. Each lesson comes with a short self-assessment quiz so you can reinforce your understanding of the material and practice answering the types of questions you'll encounter on the test. We've also included a chapter to help you answer the exam's essay questions. You can supplement our study by printing word-for-word lesson transcripts and taking the final exam after you complete the course. This way, you can make sure you're fully prepared and confident to take the TECEP Network Technology exam.
TECEP Network Technology exam Information
If passed, the TECEP Network Technology exam leads to 3 college credits that can be accepted at Thomas Edison State University or transferred to your college/university.
- Number of Questions: 73 questions
- Question Types: Multiple choice (70) and essay (3)
- Time Limit: 120 minutes
- Number of Credits: 3 credits
- Exam Cost: $114 for Thomas Edison State University students; $156 for students not enrolled at TESU
TECEP Network Technology Exam Breakdown
|TECEP Exam Concept||Percent of the TECEP Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Network Concepts||15%||10 questions||12 lessons|
|Protocols||15%||11 questions||12 lessons|
|Network Infrastructure||15%||10 questions||11 lessons|
|Mobility||15%||11 questions||7 lessons|
|Communication Services||10%||7 questions||8 lessons|
|Cloud Computing||15%||10 questions||11 lessons|
|Monitoring and Protecting the Network||15%||11 questions||15 lessons|
Earn TECEP Credit
Taking the TECEP Network Technology exam can help you save a significant amount of time and money on your degree. Credit-by-exam allows you to study a semester's worth of material in less time than a typical college semester. Plus, you can prepare whenever it fits your schedule.
The credits you can gain from this test can be used to pass out of a network technology course at Thomas Edison State University (TESU) and other institutions. The TESU website recommends you verify that your university will accept TECEP credits before taking the exam. The exam is offered online and in person, and you can find a test date/register on TESU's website.
Study Schedule for the TECEP Network Technology Exam
This course contains around 11 hours of lesson material. You can work through the course at your own pace, but if you take a look at the table below, you can get an idea how how long it will take you based on how many hours you study per day.
|Study Frequency||When You'll Be Ready for the Exam|
|3 hours a day; 3 days a week||Just over 1 week|
|2 hours a day; 3 days a week||Just under 2 weeks|
|1 hour a day; 3 days a week||Almost 4 weeks|
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