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1. CNA Certified Nursing Assistant
2. Certified Nurse Assistant's Exam,
3. Netware Training Guide: Cna Study
4. Novell Netware 6.5 CNA Exam Cram
5. The Cna Study Guide
6. All-In-One Novell 5 Cna/Cne Exam
7. Nursing Diagnosis and Care Planning
8. CNA Exam Secrets Study Guide:
9. Middle Range Theory Development
10. Novell's Cna Study Guide for Netware
11. The Novell Cna/Cne Study Guide/Book
12. Novell's CNA Study Guide for NetWare
13. The Cna/Cne Study Guide: Intranetware
14. CNA Study Guide for NetWare 6
15. The Cna Study Guide for Netware
16. Take It to Heart: CNAs' Solutions
17. CNA Financial Corporation - Financial
18. Exam Cram for NetWare 5 Administration
19. NetWare 5 CNA(SM)/CNE: Administration
20. Cna Study Guide for Intranetware

1. CNA Certified Nursing Assistant Exam Cram
by Linda Whitenton, Marty Walker
Paperback: 216 Pages (2009-10-29)
list price: US$29.99 -- used & new: US$17.49
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Asin: 0789739348
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Certified Nursing Assistant Exam Cram


Linda Whitenton

Marty Walker


Succeed with topical reviews, practice exams, and preparation tools


·        Covers exactly what you need to know to score higher on your CNA exam

·        More than 150 sample test questions help you gain confidence and decide when you’re ready to take the actual exam

·        Simplifies key nursing assistant concepts and techniques for easy learning

·        Includes popular Cram Sheet tearcard to help you remember key concepts and do extra last-minute studying

·        Exam Alerts identify important information found on the exam


Written by Leading Experts!


Score Higher on the CNA Exam!

The CD features an adaptive test engine, giving you an effective tool to assess your readiness for the CNA exam. Key features include

·        Detailed explanations of correct and incorrect answers

·        Multiple test modes

·        Random questions and order of answers

·        Coverage of all CNA topic categories


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4-0 out of 5 stars CNA Certified Nursing Assistant Exam Cram
I am a retired nurse and I wanted to have my granddaughter start studying before her classes officially started a month away. This is a great book to get a start on abbreviations, healthfield words and meanings, and pictures of positions and equipment used in the care of the ill. The test questions really got her thinking and made my role very easy. Thanks for all the future students who will have success by studying this book also.Gram

5-0 out of 5 stars CNA Exam Prep
My niece got her certification the first time she took the exam with the help of this book.Excellent and well worth it. ... Read more

2. Certified Nurse Assistant's Exam, Questions and Answers for Long Term Care Certification: Questions and Answers Given on All State Board Cna Exams
by Daphna R. Moore
Paperback: 170 Pages (2003-05-01)
list price: US$49.95 -- used & new: US$119.95
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Asin: 1892693445
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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This book provides the student with the tools they need in order to become a long-term care-giver/nurse assistant, whether they are working in a long-term care facility or in a private residence. You will gain a thorough understanding of all equipment and supplies used in facilities and how to make a bed with the resident in the bed. This book covers every aspect of providing long-term care. ... Read more

Customer Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars very poor quality
I was very disappointed with this resource. First of all, very poor editing, very poor representation of the questions anticipated on the CNA Exam.Grammar was atrocious.Some questions were even answered incorrectly.Not anywhere near worth the price I paid for it.There are other resources available which are written by more capable, more knowledgable, and more professional people.I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND purchasing this book!

Advice for the author ... go back to school to develop the necessary qualifications to publish a resource book.The information you included was not professional, not helpful, and not presented professionally, as I would expect from how it is advertised.

1-0 out of 5 stars Certified Nurses Assistants State Board Exams
This book is very, very badly written.Countless obvious misspellings and confusing answers.It needs a good editor to correct all mistakes.Written as if consciousness of continuity is non existent.Such mistakes and errors make the book questionable especially if it deals with answers for a State Certification.Very cheap overall.

1-0 out of 5 stars CNA's Exam, Question and Anwers for Long Term Care Cert
It was not very helpful for my review for the CNA state exam.The answers for every questions should be on the other page, not every after each question.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very disappointed!!!
- Very unprofessional layout
- Full of spelling mistakes
- Full of grammatical errors
- I will only pay at the most, $5.00 for this book!!
- This book doesn't inspire confidence
- Don't waste your money/time on this book.

5-0 out of 5 stars IT TAKE TO LONG

3. Netware Training Guide: Cna Study Guide/Book and Disk
by Dorothy Cady
Paperback: 376 Pages (1994-10)
list price: US$50.00 -- used & new: US$49.76
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Asin: 1562053655
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This guide provides candidates for Certified NetWare Administration (CNA) certification with an alternative to classroom study by helping them prepare for the CNA exam.

  • Covers NetWare Administrator tests
  • Shows users how to plan, manage, use, optimize, and maintain networks
  • Disk contains New Riders' Electronic TestPrep, which emulates many of the features of the Drake Certification tests
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4. Novell Netware 6.5 CNA Exam Cram 2
by Warren Wyrostek
Paperback: 504 Pages (2005-04-15)
list price: US$44.99 -- used & new: US$26.21
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Asin: 0789727870
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The Certified Novell Administrator (CNA) certification is the frist step to becoming Novell certified. To pass this important exam, you need to surround yourself with the most comprehensive, exam-focused materials on the market. That's where Novell Netware 6.5 CNA Exam Cram 2 comes in. You will be able to focus your knowledge with this guide, which emphasizes the learning topics of the CNA exam and closely follows the exam objectives. Step-by-step lessons offer the no-nonsense, straight-forward information needed to pass the exam. It is accompanied by a CD-ROM that features ExamForce's CramMaster product, a powerful, full-featured test engine. Prepare for the CNA with the smartest, most efficient way to study — the Novell Netware 6.5 CNA Exam Cram 2.

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Customer Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Novell Exam Cram
The book arrived in a timely fashion, was in perfect conditon and has been a great help to me.I will use these people again.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good book to use as part of your CNA study aids.
I used this book and Foundations of Novell Networking: Netware 6.5 to pass the test. This book alone might not be enough, especially if you don't have hands on experience with managing Netware server. I thought this book did not have enough exercises to pass the test. It is still an excellent source to use as part of your exam preparation.

3-0 out of 5 stars Needs updated
I have read the reviews from previous owners and have found a total difference in opinion of the book. I just took the test today and did not pass the exam. The new test is more diffucult than what I read in the book. Since this is the only book out there for the 6.5 exam we have no choice. I found that out of all the questions that are on the cd and in the book only about 4 of the questions were on the test. The book was written in 2005 and I think that the author should take the new test and update the book.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Exam Cram 2, Novell NetWare 6.5 CNA is the best way to get certified.
I'm certified now thanks to this book. And what a time saver... the objectives are clearly defined and the material is straight to the point. As a bonus, the author includes brief notes on the do's and don'ts in a real world Netware environment. This is good stuff. If you are serious about getting certified, then this book is for you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Exam Cram Helps (But you also need experience); CD Bites
Passed with 700 on first try.

I thought I was pretty advanced already -I have installed and upgraded many 6.5 servers, clients, managed a huge e-dir tree, file system, NSS volumes, rights, NDPS. I thought I was totally ready for the test.

Just to make sure I wasn't wasting my $125 on the test, I figured $20 for this book was good insurance. And it SO was!

The test includes a lot of little esoteric facts about NetWare that even someone with lots of experience might never see. This book does a good job of bringing all of those little esoteric facts to light.

The sample questions at the end of each chapter and sample tests at the end of the book are also very good simulations of the type of questions you'll see. However, I wouldn't say that any of the questions are word-for-word from the real test.

Also, there were some questions on the test that I didn't feel received adequate coverage in this book. Experience got me through those questions.

The sample test questions on the included CD are clearly written by someone else. Some of them made no sense grammatically. It only includes multiple choice and fill-in questions. (The test has several other types of questions).

The fill-in style questions on the CD also have a little quirk: unlike the real test, it is case sensitive. If the answer is "2" on a fill-in question, the real test will accept 2, two, Two, TWO, to, and too (so even bad spellers can get it right). But on the sample test CD, the answer might be programmed as "TWO" and "two", "2" and anything else is wrong.

I didn't actually learn anything useful from this book, except how to use what I already know about NW 6.5 to pass Novell's exam. I would emphasize that you should already know a lot about Netware and have some recent and fairly advanced experience before reading this book and certainly before attempting the test.

On second thought, I did find one very useful bit of information: Appendix A has a very informative table of IP ports used by all Novell products. It is the first time I have seen this information collected in one place. ... Read more

5. The Cna Study Guide
by David James Clarke IV
Hardcover: 831 Pages (1995-09)
list price: US$54.99 -- used & new: US$56.88
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Asin: 0782118194
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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This complete guide to the NetWare 3 CNA program offers in-depth explanations of directory structure, drive mapping, security, printing, and network management issues; examples of network documentation forms; and a CD containing a special edition the The Clarke Tests v2.0. A must for anyone pursuing the CNA credential-or looking ahead to the CNE exams. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Nauseating, Corny and useless
If there's any useful information here, it's difficult to find.There is nothing but fluff,bad jokes, and lame analogies.The author never gets to the point. His writing style is nauseating. Save your money

5-0 out of 5 stars Good book
The crossword puzzles seemed a little off, but I can't complain since I passed the CNA exam immediately after reading this book and taking the practice exams provided on the CD.It was enjoyable reading and sometimeseven funny.Perhaps that is why I was able to learn instead of sleep. ... Read more

6. All-In-One Novell 5 Cna/Cne Exam Guide (All-in-one Certification)
by John Paul Mueller
Hardcover: 883 Pages (1999-11)
list price: US$79.99 -- used & new: US$22.61
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Asin: 007134778X
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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All-in-One-format--Covers both the CNA and CNE exams under one cover, including all versions of NetWare, including 4.x, IntranetWare, and GroupWise. On-the-job case studies--Each chapter brings the experience factor into play with case studies. These help readers ace questions on SoftSolutions and Informs. Interactive CD-ROM--Includes hundreds of study questions, a "fun test," and a Jeopardy-like game on the CD-ROM to help Novell candidates study in different ways. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars it should get a negative rating
This is the worst networking book I have ever read. There is nothingworthwhile in the book. In fact the authors best advice is to go and takethe Novell certified courses. If I had the time to do that I wouldn't havebought the book!

1-0 out of 5 stars Waste of time and money
I'm amazed at the glowing reviews I've read on this page. This book was a complete waste of my time. It offers no test preparation whatsoever, so prospective CNEs should shop elsewhere. The first 8 chapters of the bookare space-wasting drivel that have nothing to do with learning this OS orpreparing for these tests. The chapters that claim to cover specific testsinstead seem to cover the more obscure facets of NetWare.I have passed 4of the 6 tests needed to become a CNE and I have done so without anyassistance from this book. I suggest people read the CNE Study Guide forNetWare 5 by David James Clarke which is admittedly very corny and readslike an advertisement for Novell at times but is still packed with way moreusable information than this book has. This book was a big disappointment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Now this is why I review books.
The only thing in computer that remains constant is the fact that nothing remains constant. Novell's latest NetWare 5 is the perfect example. The changes for this operating system show how everyone is getting smarter andpassing the certification exams get harder. Where do you turn forhelp?

John Paul Mueller has put together a book that is called All-In-Oneand the name says it all. This book covers the Netware 5 CNA and CNEobjectives with clarity, detail and subject knowledge like no other book onthe market today.

In over 850 pages you'll also get information onNetware 3 and Netware 4 test objectives. Mueller makes easy work of passingand you'll find more information packed into the pages, giving one of themost complete editions going today.

Included is a cd-rom with studyquestions and fun test that I really enjoyed. Also there is "jeopardy"style game without Alex, this makes the learning process easier and morebooks should be using this method of training. For those needing to passand those interested in the subject this is your book.

5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent book for novices like me!
I picked this book up as a complete novice.All I knew was that the technicians in my deparatment were earning a lot more money than me and I wanted to get in on it.I had tried another book, but it was way too complex, so I picked up this book thinking it would be more of the same. Was I ever surprised.This one explains networking in terms that theaverage person can underderstand.

This is also the only book that talksto the CNA as well as the CNE.I have no desired to become a CNE rightnow, but I feel this book will be equally helpful if I decide to become aCNE later.

The first part of the book was the most helpful when I gotstarted because it provided useful tips on where to get funding and how tobuild a case for certification with my company.I also found the bookhelpful after I got my certification because it helped me figure out whatto do next.

The hand's on tutorials were the most useful part of thestudy section of the book for me.Once I got finished with the hands ontutorials, all I needed was a little practice to pass the exam (somethingthe author suggests that you do).The questions were helpful, but didn'treally reflect what Novell asked me on the test.I felt they helped meprepare for the exam, but I would have preferred questions that looked likethe questions on the exam.The games are fun, but not very useful.Thesections on what to do for further study were very good, but didn't go farenough.I got lost a few times.Hopefully the author will make thissection longer the next time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Helpful!
I don't like exam guides that pretend to give you all of the answers because they normally give me a false feeling of security that always disappoints on test day.I found this book didn't give me that false senseof security.Instead, it provided me with exercises that helped meactually learn the material that I needed to know in order to pass theexam.The result?Not only did I pass the exam with flying colors, but Ifeel that I really know the material now.That's what really counts.

Thehighlight of the book for me was the hands-on exercises.I showed them toa friend who said they were similar to those provided in the course.So, Ifigure that I saved a lot by buying this book.

The questions and fun testwere very helpful as well.However, as the author pointed out, theyweren't the same questions that I received during the test.All that theywere designed to do is help me think through the kinds of questions that Imight see on the exam.

The puzzles and games were a bit weak, but fun.Idon't feel I learned everything that I could have from them if the authorhad made them a little more focussed.Still, I learned something from themand in a different way from other parts of the book.

I also learned quitea bit from the first part of the book.For example, I used the informationto get a raise out of my boss after I completed my CNE.The raise alonewas worth the purchase price of the book.

John was also very helpful whenI contacted him via email.He has a great deal more knowledge than appearsin the book.The only dissappointment with author support was his Website, which is a joke right now.Still you can't judge the book by theauthor's Web site, which is why I gave this book five stars. ... Read more

7. Nursing Diagnosis and Care Planning
by Barbara J. Taptich RNMA, Patricia W. Iyer RNMSNCNA, Donna Bernocchi-Losey RNMSN
 Paperback: 318 Pages (1994-01-15)
list price: US$27.95 -- used & new: US$5.00
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Asin: 0721651968
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St. Francis Medical Center, Trenton, New Jersey. New edition of a pocket-sized handbook to care planning, for nursing students. Quick-reference format. Previous edition 1989. DNLM: Nursing Diagnosis - handbooks. ... Read more

8. CNA Exam Secrets Study Guide: CNA Test Review for the Certified Nurse Assistant Exam
by CNA Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
Paperback: Pages (2009)
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Asin: B0010Y1EMI
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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CNA Exam Secrets helps you ace the Certified Nurse Assistant Exam, without weeks and months of endless studying. Our comprehensive CNA Exam Secrets study guide is written by our exam experts, who painstakingly researched every topic and concept that you need to know to ace your test. Our original research reveals specific weaknesses that you can exploit to increase your exam score more than you've ever imagined. CNA Exam Secrets includes: The 5 Secret Keys to Your Exam: Time Is Your Greatest Enemy, Guessing is Not Guesswork, Practice Smarter, Not Harder, Prepare, Don't Procrastinate, Test Yourself; A comprehensive content review including: Understanding the Opportunities, Handling Difficult Patients, Managing Your Time, Posture and Body Mechanics, Transferring Patients, Ambulating Patients, Mastering ADLs, Vital Information, ROM of a Patient, Nursing Assistant School; A comprehensive CNA School Interview review including: Interview Tips & Techniques, Mind and Body, Controlling Nervousness, How to Articulate, Maintaining Confidence, An Attitude Review, When to Buy Time, How to Practice, Admissions Committee Review; A comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology Medical review including: Nervous System, Signs and Symptoms, Major Hormones, Respiratory System, Cardiac Review, Breathing Sounds, Proper Medication, Maternal Responses, Psychological Processes, Blood and Urine Values, Developmental Milestones, Organ Functions, Burn and Wound Care, plus other special tips and secrets to help you prepare for your exam... ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Too much information!!!
I bought this book to review before taking the CNA exam. I have never worked in a hospital or nursing home setting and this book was not helpful at all. It went into way too much detail and then did not explain what a CNA really needs to know. I do not recommend this book if you do not have a background in nursing, it is worthless. ... Read more

9. Middle Range Theory Development Using King's Conceptual System
Paperback: 336 Pages (2007-02-15)
list price: US$58.00 -- used & new: US$58.00
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Asin: 0826102387
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This text presents the "state of the science" based on King's conceptual system and Theory of Goal Attainment. Students and graduates of nursing education courses at the master's and doctoral level will find it useful in order to understand the foundational work conducted by others. Practicing nurses will also gain an appreciation as to how King's conceptual system and new middle range theories can be applied to clinical practice questions. It is also hoped that this text will encourage other nurses to begin the work of developing and testing middle range theories. ... Read more

10. Novell's Cna Study Guide for Netware 4.1 (Novell Press)
by David James, IV Clarke, Kelley J. P. Linberg, Kelley J. P. Lindberg
 Hardcover: 812 Pages (1996-05-29)
list price: US$54.99 -- used & new: US$10.82
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Asin: 0764545000
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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CNA TRAINING PROVIDES the critical day-to-day maintenance and management skills you need to survive in the new and exciting world of NetWare 4.1. Now, with Novell's CNA Study Guide for NetWare 4.1, you can master all the subject areas required for what is frequently the first credential earned by NetWare career professionals. Plus, on the book's accompanying bonus CD-ROM you'll find the invaluable Novell Messenger Technical Reference as well as the Clarke Tests v.2. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome Prep Book
All you need to pass the C.N.A. exam 50-653 is the patience to read this book and an understanding of the concepts presented therein.I easily passed the test with a greater than 700 score.I read the book twice and set up my own Novell test network so I could do all the labs, which is probably more than most people need to do.

The chapters are clear, well organized, and the author really tried to emphasize the test material.There are no conventional questions at the end of the chapter.Instead there are word searches and cross word puzzles?However, the author goes to great pains to include workable examples (labs) in each chapter that help to reinforce the chapter material.These labs are great if you have a test Novell box to practice on or just setting up your first Novell network will be a great learning experience.The appendix includes many useful bits of information about becoming a C.N.A., C.N.E., Novell websites, and how to setup Netware for the first time.

The author does try to inject some life into what could be a boring topic by using comic book references.It really depends on your taste as to what you will think of his references but mostly they are ignorable.Where they really get annoying is in his design of the NDS tree.An example, "Click the Calculator.WHITE.CRIME.TOKYO.ACME."It gets a bit confusing if you don't want to master his fictional tree.What I did was create more business-oriented names for all my containers and users so I could easily identify them.

The book does come with two CDs that contain a demo version of Netware 5.1 and the Novell client.These come in handy if you do not have a broadband connection to download ISOs of NW 6 and the Novell Client.

The book is a great resource that covers all the material found on the test.I will be keeping it as a reference book.If you read the book with the intent of learning how to become a C.N.A. then you will not find many if any "shocker questions" on the cert test.

5-0 out of 5 stars Lots of filler, but all you need to easily pass the test
I passed the 50-653 Netware 5.1 Admin test yesterday with a score of 714/800.Passing was 568/800.This is the only book I used to study, and I can tell you that all of the exam questions referenced things I had learned/remembered from this book.It took me 3 weeks of hard studying, I read it carefully once then reviewed it a second time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Big improvement in style over previous CNA guides
I give David a 5 on this book.1st off, it has what you need to pass the test, and then some.On top of that, the complaints you've seen about superheroes and long story lines and confusion arising when mixing these stories with Netware information really doesn't apply so much to the 5.1 version of this book.I read his 4.1 and 5.0 CNA versions previously, and that's where the reputation for filler was earned.I was very relieved that he kept it to a minimum in this book, earning him a 5-star from me.I got everything I expected from this book, including a 725 mark (584 to pass) for the test.Install the server from the companion cd and run through the excercises.Makes all the difference in the world.Thanks Dave.

2-0 out of 5 stars Novell's CNA Study Guide for NetWare 5
I have the edition written by David James Clarke, IV.I really dislike this book because the author uses too much filler.He doesn't get straight to the point.Instead of explaining how to perform various functions in the simplest fashion, Clarke blathers on with his nature analogies.

4-0 out of 5 stars CNA Study Guide
The study guide is enough to pass the test.It contains all the material on the exam that you will need.I strongly recommend using the two CD's to implement a study network and doing the labs.I also read the book, cover-to-cover, twice.. then went back and re-read security and zenworks.The day before the test I used Exam Cram online resources to review. I have no prior Novell experience and was only A+ certified prior to this exam.The study took me one month at about 4 to 5 hours a day.The book DOES contain editorial errors, such as referring to incorrect Figures or tables and a few incorrect statements.Read carefully or you will not pick up on it when it happens. ... Read more

11. The Novell Cna/Cne Study Guide/Book and 2 Disks
by John Paul Mueller, Robert A. Williams
 Paperback: 340 Pages (1995-01)
list price: US$39.95 -- used & new: US$29.90
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Asin: 0079119042
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Lays out only the material that will be covered by the tests, offering hands-on learning experiences to make test preparation more interesting.(Intermediate). ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Descent, but not really standalone
This book was descent.It covered most of the material on the CNA exam.I have not yet taken any CNE tests.The disks left some to be desired and the book actually left a few things out.I don't recomend this book asyour only resource for the CNA or CNE exams. ... Read more

12. Novell's CNA Study Guide for NetWare 5
by IV David James Clarke
Hardcover: 882 Pages (1999-04-15)
list price: US$74.99 -- used & new: US$6.47
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Asin: B00006L55P
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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If you're a CNA candidate searching for a comprehensive NetWare 5 study tool and reliable reference manual, here is your answer - Novell's CNASM Study Guide for NetWare® 5.

Novell's CNA Study Guide for NetWare 5 will help you master NetWare 5 administration and pass course 560 with hands-on lab exercises, expert advice, and practice exams engineered by author and distinguished Novell professional David James Clarke, IV. Drawing on time-tested techniques and real-world experience, Clarke covers all of the course 560 exam objectives including:

Novell Directory Services® NetWare 5 connectivity NetWare 5 file system NetWare 5 security Workstation management with Z.E.N.works™ Novell Distributed Print Services™

Plus, Novell's CNA Study Guide for NetWare 5 comes with a CD-ROM featuring the NetWare 5 CAN module of Clarke's interactive training system. The Clarke tests employ a Windows-based multimedia interface designed to both facilitate and optimize your learning experience. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars 350 pages of useful info, 500 pages of crap
This book will prepare you for the exam, but what a waste of time reading.I was so incredibly sick of his tree-hugging "wit" I have done MCSE, Citrix CCA, Cisco CCNA, Compaq ASE courses and exams and never seen a book where an author needs to put his beliefs or humor in the book.Get to the point and get there quickly.Alright, my wife thinks I am being too negative.Do you get prepared for the test absolutely.Did I learn a lot about Netware 5 absolutely.Did I pass the test easily, yes again.I just didn't appreciate the writer's style of presenting the material.Also, why doesn't Novell give you an evaluation copy of Netware with this kit?If they want you to learn this stuff then experience is the best way.(I didn't buy a Compaq server to sit around and collect dust)!!!!Please Novell, DO NOT allow this moron to write for you.Hire a professional writer and allow Mr. Clarke to write the great American novel "My trip through Woodstock:The stories of a 60's tree hugger living in the 21st century"

4-0 out of 5 stars so you want to be CNA ?
This is a nice book its good and covers alot of subjects. I passed CNA today using this book. However remember that this book alone is not enough if you havent worked with novell before.

I used this book and program called exam essentials and I passed after 15 questions :).

and I did it all in 1 week.


1-0 out of 5 stars 90% crap, 10% useful
Simply the worst exam preparation book I've ever come across. What little useful info Mr. Clark presents could be condensed into 1/10 as many pages. This is a huge, irritating tome which will leave you wondering how Novell corporation could give their blessing to such a waste of paper. How many of your precious innocent trees were sacrificed for this monstrosity Mr. Clark?Seriously, don't waste your money, more importantly your time, on this book. Humour can indeed aid the learning process but there is such a thing as brevity (besides, none of Clark's drivel is at all funny or clever). This is one of those cases where less is more. Save yourself the shame you will inevitably feel after buying this book and realizing you've been had. How many budding Novell professionals have been stymied by this giant slap-in-the-face book? Seriously folks, it is your duty to our IT profession not to support such garbage.

You don't need to indulge in this kind of self-flaggelation to get your CNA. Do what I did, get a good concise reference book and purchase the Big Red Self Test, and take it over and over again until you've got it all down. You'll learn what you need to know in a fraction of the time it would take to actually read all of Clark's giant farse of a book (which, by the way, wouldn't adequately prepare you for actual exam by a long shot).

5-0 out of 5 stars tester
I enjoyed this book and it helped me pass the cna exam 560. I should of waited for the newer release 5.1, but it helped me pass the exam and that is great. The cd was excellent, the book was great, what more can one ask for. I passed using just one book and saved hundereds of dollars by not taking an extra online course. My review for this book is, "Just buy it."

3-0 out of 5 stars Great book from a bad computer nerd
When I bought this book about 3 months ago, I was a complete NetWare 5 neophyte. I finished the book in about a month and bumped up to the CNA NetWare 5 level. However, actually getting through this book was harder than becoming competent in Novell software. Mr. Clarke has established himself as both an experienced technician and the world's most demented computer nerd to me-his idea that a simple NOS can save the world is an insult to every sane person over 3 years old in the world. If you read this book, prepare to hear the phrases "Sta-Puff man" "Big-Friendly Clound" "V-rooom!" and "Charging your supercar" ten million times per chapter. The worst part would undoubtedly have to be the fact that Mr.Clarke reserved well over 300 pages altogether babbling about a fanatical company ("ACME")which consists of people that have died hundreds of years ago with the sole purpose of saving humans from extinction by a race of aliens ("Alpha Centurarians) who love the Earth and are frustrated by the amount of corruption on Earth due to human error. Sounds ridiculous? It is. Then why did I rate this book at three stars? Despite Mr. Clarke's poor attempt at entertainment,he does cover a large amount of information in less than 1,000 pages (only about 700 omitting the appendices). Coverage of NDS, NDPS, the file system, connectivity, and security is very thorough. And you will actually find yourself laughing from time to time (not from the ACME babble, but from the fact that a grown man could actually put his name on something as disturbing as this.) So, if you have a big sense of humor like me and can make it though partially entertaining stories of stories of little fairy people and futuristic highways when you would rather be learning NW5 features then you should consider buying this book (the CD is useless).However, for the strict computer conservatives, Sybex is your best bet. And as for you, Mr. Clarke, my advice is to invest in a either becoming a stand up comedian or losing the supernerd fourth grade philosophies-and stay away from technical books until then. ... Read more

13. The Cna/Cne Study Guide: Intranetware Edition (Certification Series)
by John Mueller, Robert A. Williams
Hardcover: 900 Pages (1997-10)
list price: US$59.95 -- used & new: US$24.54
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Asin: 0079136192
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Readers looking to enhance their careers with CNA/CNE certification know this study guide is the best value around. It blows the competition away by covering both credentialing tests in more depth at one low price. This edition delivers still more to the hundreds of thousands of network administrators and engineers seeking Novell-certification: more test questions, with answers explained... more sample tests... more case studies to help readers work through the technology they'll be tackling on the tests... new data on Novell 4.x, Intranet Ware and the latest Novell certification routes... and key information such as complete listings of all Novell courses. ... Read more

Customer Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not helpful at all
I received this book as a free offer from McGraw-Hill a few years ago when I was new to networking.I learned very little from it.I am so glad I only paid for the shipping and handling.If you are new to the field andneed a good study guide, don't buy this one!

1-0 out of 5 stars A rip off
This book doesn't even deserve 1 star at all. What a waste of money and paper. The authors have no clue on what it is meant by "Study Guide"

1-0 out of 5 stars useless!! Don't buy it!!!
The book is about 900 pages and it wasted 233 pages for introduction of CNA/CNE, the cert, and the advantage of the cert, etc.For 4.x Administratin, it only provide 22 pages (and there is 16 pages forQuestions).Do you think that good studying content can be included in 40pages?? You know the answer!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Misleading Title
This is easily the most misleading title I'm sad to say. I've wasted 60.00. It has no real information to prepare you for the Novell certification tests.e.g. Service and Support, probably the most complextest, gets 38 pages; only 16 that contain info and not a fraction of itcovers what is on the test. If you use this as a study guide, you will NOTpass one test.

About the only thing it does is tell you the titles of thetests and you can get that for free from Novell. Also, it stresses theimportance, and with this book the necessity, of taking the Novell coursesand taking GOOD NOTES. Yet the cover boldly states "Master thematerial quickly - without costly courses."

If I could have lookedthrough it at the bookstore, it would have been in my hands less than 2minutes before it was back on the shelf.

I'm stuck. I'm trying to helpothers avoid getting stuck.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very disappointing outcome of expectations
This book is more or less an insult to McGraw-Hill's reputation.It haslittle to add to help gain real knowledge of how-to, hands-on experiences. The enclosed CD is a come-on that simply reiterates what is in the textquestions (that is, if you can get the CD to run at all).There must beother sources out there that are more helpful in helping one get realnetwork knowledge and experience. ... Read more

14. CNA Study Guide for NetWare 6
by David James Clarke
Hardcover: 840 Pages (2004-01-13)
list price: US$74.99 -- used & new: US$19.20
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Asin: 0789729806
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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CNA Study Guide for NetWare 6, written by the leading Novell certification author David James Clarke IV, is the official and only study guide for the Novell Certified NetWare Administrator.The book provides practical knowledge, tested techniques, and real-world scenarios for passing the NetWare 6 CNA certification exam.The accompanying CD-ROM includes hands-on lab exercises the administrator will find useful in preparing for the exam.If you are a NetWare administrators looking to pass the Certified NetWare Administrator's exam for NetWare 6 this is the book for you!

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4-0 out of 5 stars Nice guide for sysadmin with little or no NW 6 experience
I got this book in order to pursue my CNA 6 certification after failing the exam twice. I became a full time windows guy since '98 after I did a lot of Netware 3.x/4.x installs and support for several customers. This book was a great help in order to set myself up to date in order to point the required topics that let me fail the exam on my first 2 tries. Clarke have a very nice style which entertain you a lot while reading, you will have a very nice self learning experience if you let this book guide you through the process.

The labs and practice questions on the book were right on the money, making this book strong both for the certified wanna be and the real world experience searchers. The only star missing on this book is due to the fact that I considered it to be too long and sometimes not straight to the point as needed. I don't think you will find any other way to get good and nice info about Netware 6 other than the courseware related to this certification, which is way much expensive than this one, so this is both your best bet for the exam and also an excellent investment for your bookshelf if you want to keep the book for future reference. ... Read more

15. The Cna Study Guide for Netware 4 (For Windows Only)
by Michael Moncur, James Chellis, James Chavez
 Hardcover: 593 Pages (1996-02)
list price: US$44.99 -- used & new: US$5.99
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Asin: 0782118828
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Here's all the information you'll need to obtain your CNA credential for NetWare 4--and to get a headstart on your CNE-4, too! In this book, you'll find a readable, easy-to-understand treatment of all the material covered on the CNA test. This book has special review sections and sample test questions, and the companion CD includes a CNA test simulation as well as a wealth of other valuable material. All these features work together to help you prepare for the tests, hone your test-taking skills, and retain the information you'll need for real-world networking. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars This book is intended for Wintel users only
Recently bought this book from Amazon. Contents appear to be well organized. Covergae of NW Protocols is inadequate. Also the enclosed CD ROM is only for Windows. Network Press, the publisher of this book appears to be not Mac friendly. If I had known this before actually receiving the book,I would not have bought it. ... Read more

16. Take It to Heart: CNAs' Solutions to the Staffing Crisis
by Bethany Knight CNA
Paperback: 108 Pages (2000-01-01)
list price: US$12.95 -- used & new: US$12.95
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Asin: 1888343362
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From Bethany Knight, best-selling author of For Goodness' Sake: A Daily Book of Cheer for Nurse's Aides and Others Who Care, and Lisa Cantrell and Lori Porter, co-founders of the National Association for Geriatric Nursing Assistants (NAGNA), comes a new book on attracting and rewarding nursing assistants. Armed with extensive experience, the authors take an insightful and probing look at the staffing crisis in long-term care, and offer valuable suggestions to stop CNA turnover. “We are not the authors, merely the privileged scribes of Take It to Heart: CNAs' Solutions to the Staffing Crisis. Since 1981, we've been taught the book's message by listening to and watching thousands of dedicated nursing assistants. Reading their wisdom as presented here, readers will discover how to end the staffing crisis in long-term care.” ... Read more

17. CNA Financial Corporation - Financial and Strategic Analysis Review
by Global Markets Direct
 Digital: 27 Pages (2009-12-31)
list price: US$125.00 -- used & new: US$125.00
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Asin: B0033U3P0Q
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CNA Financial Corporation - Financial and Strategic Analysis Review


Global Markets Direct’s “CNA Financial Corporation - Financial and Strategic Analysis Review” is an in-depth business, strategic and financial analysis of CNA Financial Corporation. The report provides a comprehensive insight into the company, including business structure and operations, executive biographies and key competitors. The hallmark of the report is the detailed strategic analysis of the company. This highlights its strengths and weaknesses and the opportunities and threats it faces going forward.

CNA Financial Corporation (CNA) is one of the largest commercial insurers and property & casualty insurers in the US. The company is a part of Loews Corporation (Loews). Through its subsidiaries, the company is engaged in providing property and casualty insurance products across the US. Its property insurance products include standard and excess property coverage, marine coverage, and boiler and machinery. The company’s casualty insurance products consist of workers’ compensation, general and product liability, and commercial auto coverage to various businesses.And More inside the report

Recent Developments

Oct 05, 2009: CNA Appoints Vice President Of Michigan Unit
Oct 02, 2009: CNA Appoints New VP Of Lombard Branch
Sep 15, 2009: CNA Launches CAM Program


  • Provides key company information for business intelligence needs
  • The company’s strengths and weaknesses and areas of development or decline are analyzed. Financial, strategic and operational factors are considered.
  • The opportunities open to the company are considered and its growth potential assessed. Competitive or technological threats are highlighted.
  • The report contains critical company information - business structure and operations, the company history, major products and services, key competitors, key employees and executive biographies, different locations and important subsidiaries.
  • The report provides detailed financial ratios for the past five years as well as interim ratios for the last four quarters.
  • Financial ratios include profitability, margins and returns, liquidity and leverage, financial position and efficiency ratios.
Reasons to buy
  • A quick “one-stop-shop” to understand the company.
  • Enhance business/sales activities by understanding customers’ businesses better.
  • Get detailed information and financial & strategic analysis on companies operating in your industry.
  • Identify prospective partners and suppliers - with key data on their businesses and locations.
  • Capitalize on competitors’ weaknesses and target the market opportunities available to them.
  • Compare your company’s financial trends with those of your peers / competitors.
  • Scout for potential acquisition targets, with detailed insight into the companies’ strategic, financial and operational performance.
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18. Exam Cram for NetWare 5 Administration CNE/CNA (Exam: 50-639)
by Barry Shilmover, Doug Bamlett
Paperback: 400 Pages (1999-05-13)
list price: US$29.99 -- used & new: US$2.86
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Asin: 1576103501
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Guides you through the entire NetWare 5 network from the administrators viewpoint. Covers all important Novell administrative utilities and command-line programs. Leads readers through NetWare installation, from design, through testing and deployment, including automated installs.Amazon.com Review
Interested in becoming a Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) onthe most recent release of NetWare? The Exam Cram for NetWare 5Administration CNE/CNA is a highly readable and navigable guide touse as a good first step. Though Novell may not have the marketcaché it once did, the NetWare operating system still appearsto have a large installed base and the Utah company continues to crankout new versions of its flagship product.

Like all quality exampreparation books, this one provides information on the when, what,where, why, and how of much of the CNE exam. For example, you can findout everything from where exams are held to what trick questions mightcrop up. Also included is a 77-question sample exam, along with ananswer key and an extensive glossary.

In addition to its testcoverage, this book explains core components of NetWare, such as theNovell Directory Services (NDS). It gives the basic concept and then,in the case of NDS, for example, moves on to objects, tree structures,and the like, always doubling back to reiterate the information. Theopening page of each chapter contains two lists--terms you'll need tounderstand and techniques you'll need to master--a feature weespecially liked because it's a great way to help the reader maintainfocus throughout the book. --Sarah L. Roberts-Witt

Topicscovered: Novell certification exams, NetWare 5 administration,file-system and application management, remote-access administration ... Read more

Customer Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars I loved this book
I loved this book and I love the whole Exam Cram series.All the certification tests I have passed can be directly credited to the help this series.It is true that this particular book has several typographical/editorial errors.This can be a little frustrating at times.I subsequently loaned this book to two other individuals that have passed their certification tests with this book's assistance.The consensus among us is that, in a peculiar way, the typographical/editorial errors force you to verify your understanding of the materials.If you are unaware of these errors, your grasp of the subject matter is simply too loose to attempt to take the exam.It is nice to know that you understand the material even when the book is wrong.These typographical/editorial errors are a very small part in proportion to the comprehensive coverage and testing contained in this book.I would highly recommend this text to all parties interested in becoming certified.I have great faith in the whole Exam Cram series and will continue to use them in my test preparation.

1-0 out of 5 stars A Disapointment to the Exam Cram Series
This sould not be a tool you use to pass the exam!

I usually use the Exam Crams on the last week before the exam. After using this book I was lucky I passed.It has example questions that are wrong and many mistakes. One questions about Country being a required objects is answered 2different ways.(it is not a required object!)

The technical editors shoudbe embarased. If this book was proofread at all.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very poor actually - Not to be trusted for exam success
I thought the Exam Cram for NT Server 4 was the key to my success in getting my MCP, so I thought the same would apply to an Exam Cram for Novell... Wrong!... This book has some good information in it, but it hasHUGE holes in the presented information which is hopeless for the exam...The sample tests are nothing like the actual, and the book has manymistakes in it... Initially I read this book along with David JamesClarke's CNA Study Guide (which is excellent)... This book only confused mebecause it seems to follow it's own study path which didn't flow with theClarke book... The Clarke book was written specifically for the Novell examand is authorised by Novell... That should say it all...

When I threwthis book away and concentrated on the Clarke book my study began to flowagain...

2-0 out of 5 stars Not as useful as expected
The information in this book is well laid out and the explanations of many topics are very good.However, the book has many problems that keep me from recommending it to anyone.First of all, I think it doesn't haveenough detail.Unless you are already familiar with the topics (and inthat case, why are you reading this book?), you might have a hard timeunderstanding some of the explanations.For example, the very briefexplanation of disk suballocation could only be meaningful to someonealready pretty familiar with that topic.In addition, there isn't enoughdetail to help you with some of the test questions!Ugh.I think there isenough to pass if you review the book carefully and combine it with otherbooks and resources.Next, there are way too many errors in this book. The author and editors should be embarrassed.I know I would beembarrassed to have my name on anything with so many glaring and confusingmistakes.For example, the two-page example of file security, which issupposed to help summarize and clarify the chapter, is totally wrong.Youcan see in part of the example the rights "flowing down" or beinginherited, as they should be, and in the piece of the example next to it,where nothing is different, the rights are not being inherited.Many ofthe end-of-the-chapter review questions have the wrong answers andexplanations.Some chapters have contradictory, wrong, or vagueinformation.In some places, the book unexpected changes terms and startsusing the wrong terminology...as if the person who typed the book up wasconfused.I found myself constantly turning to other NetWare 5 referencebooks and Novell's webpage to figure out where the book was wrong or toclarify vague points.In the end, I felt like I couldn't trust theinformation in it.I threw it away right after taking the test--because ofall of the errors, it is not very helpful as a reference and I wouldn'twant to give it to someone else to use.I still give the book two stars,because if you combine it with another, better book, use other sources, andare already somewhat familiar with NetWare, you could find the bookhelpful.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very poorly edited and does not cover all exam objectives
I am an experienced 4.11 CNA, but was not able to make an acceptable score on any of the practice tests after reading this book until I bought CNE Clarke Notes book. With the Clarke Notes book I passed the exam with a 93.Don't waste your time or money with the Exam Cram for CNA 5 book. However,I did find the Exam Cram for NDS Design & Implementation book very,very helpful in passing that test. ... Read more

19. NetWare 5 CNA(SM)/CNE: Administration and Design Study Guide
by Nestor Reyes
 Hardcover: 864 Pages (1999-02-05)
list price: US$44.99 -- used & new: US$0.01
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Asin: 0782123872
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Here's the book for the Certified Novell Administrator(CNA) for NetWare 5 credential -- and for three of the required examsfor Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) for NetWare 5 certification. Thisstudy guide provides full coverage of the NetWare 5 Administration,NetWare 5 Advanced Administration, and NDS Design and Implementationcourses, and is organized by course for ease of use. This bookincludes review sections and sample test questions, and can also beused by existing CNEs updating their certification to NetWare 5. ... Read more

Customer Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for those looking to Update
I used this book for the NetWare 4.x to NetWare 5 Update test. I found it very helpfull for that purpose. I was already proficient in previous versions of NetWare so I can't comment on it from the "newbie" perspective. For those looking to update, this book with a package from SelfTest Software will make a good combo.

4-0 out of 5 stars Well-written and easy to understand
This book is a great explanation of Netware. It's the best of the printed materials I've seen on the topic (Novell's own study kit book is horrible by comparison). I just passed the CNA exam, and felt well-prepared, though I agree with other reviewers that you should always use more than one study aid. The one weakness of this book is that the questions at the end of the chapters are not much like the actual test, though in all fairness, it would be impossible to simulate the test in a written format. I also used Self Test Software's exam simulation, which was awesome--just like the real thing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Never use just 1 source
Although I believe Sybex sells good quality books, I would like to issue a little word of advice.Never use just one source when going for a certification.For my CCNA certification I used both the CCNA Sybex book, and I was in the Cisco Networking Academy, for My Novell CNA certification, I used CBT and the Sybex book.No matter if a book is a 5 star book or not, your more likely to learn something if you read it twice from differant sources and cover everything.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not a Study Guild
I must agree with the other reviewers. I have used other Sybex book and found them very helpful. This one however.......

If you have ALOT of experincewith 4.11 and/or can set up a 5.0 network in your home, thisMIGHT help. If not, it can cause you to fail the exam.

The book can leaveyou feeling overconfident, like me. I read the chapters, did the studyreview (both in the book and online) and did great with them. Today I tookthe test and FAILED! The book dose not prep you for the type of questionsNovell asks nor the style of Novell testing - that freaked me out more thenanything (it is not like Microsoft) and may have helped in my poorperformance.

The book is a good overview of Netware 5.0, put that is allit is

3-0 out of 5 stars Good overview, but lacks specifics
This book hits the highlights and general topics, but needs more details, especially for a test study guide!More screen shots would be very helpful. ... Read more

20. Cna Study Guide for Intranetware
by Michael Moncur, James Chellis
Hardcover: 753 Pages (1997-06)
list price: US$54.99 -- used & new: US$24.49
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Asin: 0782120989
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Here's all the information you need to obtain your CNA credential for NetWare 4.11/IntranetWare, and get a head start on your CNE-4 to boot! You'll find readable, accessible treatment of all the material covered on the CNA tests, special review sections and sample test questions, and a CNA test simulation (included on the CD). All work together to help you prepare for the tests, hone your test-taking skills, and retain the information you'll need to work effectively with NetWare 4.11/IntranetWare in the real world. Includes a quick-reference guide to the most important NetWare commands and a detailed glossary of terms. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars CNA Study Guide
Good book for basic knowledge.Figures and descriptions are not always on the same page.I found the book to be lacking information on printing.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good investment.
An excellent book for the Novell IntraNetWare exam

4-0 out of 5 stars This book gets you the needed info to be a CNA.
I highly recommend this book in your preparation for the CNA exam.It is filled with useful examples and its has questions at the end of each chapter to help you be sure that you have a good grasp of the material.Itis really well written and does not have a lot of just filler text thatsome of the other books I have seen do.They get to the points that youneed to pass the test without confusing you with a bunch of non-relevantinformation.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good for understanding Novell, but for passing the CNA exam?
I bought this book because the reviews I read here online seemed to say this was a good book to study from.Well, in some ways it was, but when I took the CNA exam, I found that most of the questions were a bit differentfrom those I had been preparing for.It may be that the book gave me sucha good basic grounding that I passed, but I guess I was disappointed in howunhelpful this book turned out to be.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great book to start your learning experience
This is an excellent book to use as a starting point to learn about NW4.11.Could of used a little more on the NDS side but otherwise an excellent book.Definitely a better book than Novell's student kit for theCNA exam.This book is well organized.The book also uses a lighter toneso you don't feel that you are sitting through a 8 hour lecture on atomicfission. ... Read more

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