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A+ Fundamental Principles - An Unofficial Wikipedia course

Discussion in 'A+' started by zimbo, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. zimbo
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    zimbo Petabyte Poster

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    Found this ramdomly!! :biggrin

    http://aplus.atspace.org/fundamentals/index.htm

    Could be a useful one for the newbies looking for direction and what to study up on or maybe learn extra stuff for the Essentials exam. 8)
     
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  2. videoman

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    Thanks for the link as a quick look shows lots of useful information.
     
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  3. supernova

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    Yes, wiki-p is also useful for non-noobies wanting to go into more technical depth.

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  4. Markyboyt

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    I havent looked at the site yet but I think one thing people do need to bare in mind is not to take wikipedia as gospel
     
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  5. zimbo
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    Yes that is true.. but you can use the above as a guideline.. its better to know more than just what you need to know! :biggrin
     
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  6. Markyboyt

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    Yes always, especially in this field. It doesnt do any harm to touch on knowledge beyond A+ when studying A+ (hence why mike meyers has 'Beyond A+' sections to the chapters) because your just touching on the next step, plus the majority of the entry level jobs want more knowledge than the A+ so everything helps.

    Wikipedia is a great information source provided people use it wisely and at the end of the day, if something seems incorrect on there, people can just ask the question on here.
     
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  7. BosonMichael
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    True... but the warning is well heeded: bad information is sometimes worse than no information at all. Not saying Wikipedia is full of bad info... but anyone can write whatever they want. Taken with a grain of salt and multiple other references to verify what you read, it can be a very useful resource.
     
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