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Digital electronics for A+ ?

Discussion in 'A+' started by vivek_master146, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. vivek_master146

    vivek_master146 Bit Poster

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    Is it necessary to learn about analog, ohm's law, flip-flops, memory organization, i/o bus and i/o ports etc.... to do COMPTIA A+.

    I have inquired in several institutes. They are providing A+ TRAINING which includes basic digital electronics and then comptia a+. Why its necessary ?

    I just want to go through training and not certification. Its just my hobby to know some hardware basics and working of computer. I want to go into application development field in .net.
     
  2. Mr.Cheeks

    Mr.Cheeks 1st ever Gold Member! Gold Member

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    have a look at the objectives for A+ at CompTIA's website.
    whats listed there is what you need to know
     
  3. Evilwheato

    Evilwheato Kilobyte Poster

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    Not really. You don't get many questions relating to power/voltage/resistance (it's more about what affect it has on components- IF anything). You might get questions on I/O buses/ports (i.e. which is which) but these are pretty easy to remember.
     
  4. greenbrucelee
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    If it's in current study material then you may or may not get questions on it in your exams. Everyones exams are different so you may get questions on i/o ports etc where as I didn't.
     
    Certifications: A+, N+, MCDST, Security+, 70-270
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