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2004 cirriculum

Discussion in 'A+' started by kr1s77, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. kr1s77

    kr1s77 Bit Poster

    hi all, please bear with me on this :rolleyes:.

    in 2004 i got work to pay for A+ from ICS, i didn't get chance to even start it because of my dad's illness took over everything. since then i have moved home and today i was sorting out a cupboard and then it. My question is, can i still use this, then go for the exam?

    The books i have are:
    Lab manual - for A+ guide to managing & maintaining your PC 5th Edition comprehesive.
    Enhanced - for A+ guide to managing & maintaining your PC 5th Edition maps to compTIA's 2003 A+ exams.
    A+ coursePrep ExamGuide 2003 core Exam & OS Exam 2nd edition
    flash cards.
    pc troublshooting pocket guide, for managing & maintaining your pc 4th edition.
    A+ computer-based training for managing & maintaining your pc 3rd edition (cd-rom)
    Certifications: Access to IT
  2. wagnerk
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    wagnerk aka kitkatninja Moderator

    Me personally I would buy the updated A+ material, Comptia did a major overhaul of the A+ when it introduced the 2006 version as it not only updated the hardware/software but also spilt the A+ into different job groups.

    While there may be some overlap between the 2003 version and the 2006 version, will that be enough to pass...

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  3. BosonMichael
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    BosonMichael Yottabyte Poster

    I would second this advice.
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  4. kr1s77

    kr1s77 Bit Poster

    thanks gents
    Certifications: Access to IT

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