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Professor Messer A+

Discussion in 'A+' started by supergr81, Oct 20, 2009.

  1. supergr81

    supergr81 New Member

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    Has anyone come across Professor messers free a+ videos? I find that watching video materials i can learn better than reading. I mean it does miss little bits out but then i refer to the book for more info. But lets be honest mike myers woffles on about certain things. Has anyone these videos before?
     
  2. Evilwheato

    Evilwheato Kilobyte Poster

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    If you do a quick search on the forums they've been mentioned a couple of times before ;)
    I used them myself when studying for the A+ and found them a refreshing change from just reading! I believe he's got N+ video's as well?
     
  3. soundian

    soundian Gigabyte Poster

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    They're a good resource, especially at that price.
    Watch out though, I noticed he did tend to get his mords in a wuddle and call hardware software and vice-versa.
     
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  4. supergr81

    supergr81 New Member

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    yes he does get in a bit of a muddle.(Bless him)hehe. But overall i find watching helps me more so than the book. Yes he does indeed do the N+ free videos aswell. What a bout different vids like CBT Nuggets A+ and Trainsignal? has any1 used them before? If so which ones do you find the most imformative?
     
  5. jvanassen

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    Yea ive also found videos are great for learning from. I did start watching the professor Messer videos to learn the A+ but now i am using the Testout A+ software which has videos, simulations and exams.
     
    Certifications: CompTIA A+, Network+, CCENT
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  6. Professor Messer

    Professor Messer New Member

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    I'm not sure to which video you are referring, but I'm more than happy to go back and correct anything that might be misstated. Since I have to listen to them once when I film and again when I edit, I can usually fix any audio problems in post-production. I can also edit and upload new versions at any time, so I'm always open to suggestions.
     
  7. supergr81

    supergr81 New Member

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    cant remember which parts. But its nothing to correct. There a great videos. I personally think there better than the stuff you pay for like testout or cbt nuggets. Thats my Opinion tho. :)
     

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