When I took it about 1 1/2 years ago, it had just been changed. They eliminated some of the old style questions (mostly relating to older windows versions, setting up IRQ's, etc.)
When you arrive at the test center (get there 15 mins early), you will have 90 minutes to answer 100 questions. You will not be allowed to bring anything into the room with you and in most cases, they are watching you with a camera (it seems a bit intimidating, but don't let it bother you)
There are 3 different tests to choose from, the Depot, the technician and remote support. Most people choose the technician.
The test covers basic computer knowledge of the parts, troubleshooting in various areas (printers included with a couple printer troubleshooting questions) and several questions (on mine at least) in how to handle problem users.
I remember one that said "You've been called to replace a KB that a user has spilled coffee on for the 3rd time in a week. What should you say to him?". Out of the 4 responses the correct one was "I can't guarantee this will work if you don't take care of it"...or something along that line
This isn't too hard of a test. But they are known to throw a few curves from time to time so be ready for anything. The Network+ was a bit rough and believe it or not, they actually had a couple questions relating to Novel 4. The Security+ had a few curves in it too.
I wish you good luck. Do a Google search and find all the practice tests you can.