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Discussion in 'A+' started by m_hafeji, Nov 23, 2006.

  1. m_hafeji

    m_hafeji New Member

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    Is it worth signing up2 this:
    http://www.aplustraininguk.com/offer.htm

    In a nutshell, 2006 objectives with free help and exam included for £297 inc VAT.

    Will it b legit?

    Thanxs
     
    Certifications: GCSEs, A Levels
    WIP: BSc Computing Tech., Skills Train
  2. riaz.hasan

    riaz.hasan Kilobyte Poster

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    hey there, self study will be cheaper route...herez a link where zimbo explains it well:

    click this
     
    Certifications: Degree, A+, HDA, MCP(270 finally!!)
    WIP: MCDST, MCSA2k3
  3. m_hafeji

    m_hafeji New Member

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    Thnx riaz.

    Which is the main cetificate that is recognised? Wt if i only do the A+?

    Wts d best book / CD to use for d new 2006 objectives? Still MMs book?
     
    Certifications: GCSEs, A Levels
    WIP: BSc Computing Tech., Skills Train
  4. riaz.hasan

    riaz.hasan Kilobyte Poster

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    A+ is pretty good and after that u can look towards doing MCP (270) these r certs that ppl do when they begin their certification journey...thats wot i did too :)

    as for the books, i'm not really sure when the new ones come in, but for the current A+ exam. MM is one of the best followed by the book by Groth from Sybex...i would say whenever the new exam starts, have a look at books from these writers :)
     
    Certifications: Degree, A+, HDA, MCP(270 finally!!)
    WIP: MCDST, MCSA2k3
  5. m_hafeji

    m_hafeji New Member

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    Riaz where did u complete ur A+ and MCP(270)?

    As u may have seen im currently doing the skills train A+, N+ and MCSE, about8 mnths in and still on A+. (Its nt all tht considering im paying £3225!)

    I trying to quit it - hope i can, to stop wasting my money.

    P.S. is Compia N+ necessary?
     
    Certifications: GCSEs, A Levels
    WIP: BSc Computing Tech., Skills Train
  6. riaz.hasan

    riaz.hasan Kilobyte Poster

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    i self studied for it, bought the books and started studying, for mcp (xp)...270...i also had vmware on which i had installed xp and server 2003 to play around with...regarding A+, if u get the MM book its pretty good...it depends on how u learn, it took me a month for hardware and a month for software, though thats because i have a technical background...it took my friend 2 to 3 months for each hardware and software, so 6 months in total for him coz he wasnt having a technical background at all...
    N+ isnt necessary, but usually ppl recommend it as it helps in future exams like 290 and 291...
     
    Certifications: Degree, A+, HDA, MCP(270 finally!!)
    WIP: MCDST, MCSA2k3

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