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Question About A+

Discussion in 'A+' started by UkPen, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. UkPen

    UkPen New Member

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    Hello Everyone :)

    Currently I'm A+ IT Technician (220-602) certified. Does this certification have anything to do with CompTIA A+ 602 Networks or is this part of it?

    Thank You
     
    Certifications: A+, MCDST, MCP
  2. Ernesta

    Ernesta New Member

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    Hey,

    As i believe it a different certificate.
     
  3. Josiahb

    Josiahb Gigabyte Poster

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    The CompTIA A+ is made up of 2 exams the A+ Essentials (220-601) and either the 220-602, 603 or 604 for the 2006 objectives.

    If you've completed the 601 and any of the other three then you are A+ certified.

    I'm not sure what your refering to in regards to the 'CompTIA A+ 602 Networks' but the next logical step after the A+ is the CompTIA Network+ which is a seperate certification consisting of a single exam (the N10-004 for the current version)
     
    Certifications: A+, Network+, MCDST, ACA – Mac Integration 10.10
  4. UkPen

    UkPen New Member

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    I have completed 601 and 602 and I'm certified, so does that mean I need to do CompTIA A+ 602 Networks?
     
    Certifications: A+, MCDST, MCP
  5. Evilwheato

    Evilwheato Kilobyte Poster

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    If you've completed the 601 and 602, congrats you're A+ certified :D
    The next step could be the Comptia Network +
     

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