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CSET Business Subtest III: Network Communications - Chapter Summary
The lessons in this chapter introduce you to network components, communications and functions. Use these lessons to expand your knowledge of subjects you'll need to know for the CSET Business Subtest III. Video lessons in this chapter cover:
- Basic network concepts
- Computer networks and distributed processing (LAN, WAN, etc.)
- Network operating systems (e.g. Novell Net Ware, Windows)
- Star topology
With everyday language and clear examples, the videos in this chapter help you understand and remember key facts about topics similar to those that come up on the CSET Business Subtest III.
CSET Business - Network Communications: Objectives
The CSET Business exam tests your ability to meet basic business skill requirements and demonstrate your competence in and knowledge of the subject of business in preparation for California teacher licensing in this subject. Subtest III makes up a third of the CSET Business test.
In the CSET Business Subtest III, you'll answer two constructed-response questions, in which you'll analyze, interpret, discuss, or respond to a quotation, map, introductory paragraph, example situation, or other resource. One constructed-response question is focused and short, and the other requires a more detailed answer. After adding to your knowledge of network communications with these video lessons, you can feel more confident going into the exam.
You'll also answer 40 multiple-choice questions on the CSET Business Subtest III. Of these, 15 will cover the business environment and communication, and the other 25 will cover information technology. This chapter's video lessons include a self-assessment quiz to help you get experience with questions similar to those found on the exam.
1. The Components of a Telecommunications System
Telecommunication is communication at a distance using electrical signals or electromagnetic waves. Learn about the components and properties of telecommunication systems.
2. Network Operating Systems (NOS): Windows & Novell Net Ware
Every computer needs an operating system, and networks require their own operating systems. Learn about the specialized functions of network operating systems.
3. Computer Networks and Distributed Processing: PAN, LAN, WAN, MAN
Computer networks can vary in size from a handful of devices within a single room to millions of devices spread across the entire globe. Learn about the different types of networks.
4. How Star, Bus, Ring & Mesh Topology Connect Computer Networks in Organizations
Computers in a network are connected in some logical manner, referred to as network topology or network architecture. Learn about the different types of network architecture.
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Other chapters within the CSET Business Subtest III (177): Practice & Study Guide course
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- CSET Business - Ethics, Security & Data Integrity
- CSET Business - Programming
- CSET Business - Entrepreneurship
- CSET Business - Business Communications
- CSET Business - International Business
- CSET Business - Career Development
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