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What is a good way to prepare for the A+ exams?

Discussion in 'A+' started by Callisavana, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. Callisavana

    Callisavana New Member

    I guess what im wanting to know is are these practice tests and what im learning in school enough to take the A+ and Net +? I'm a first year student at ITT tech and ive had some hands on exp on my own PC tear down and rebuild etc and some of my classes this year have helped me too. I'm passing the practice tests with 86% and up. but im kinda nervous about going for the exam if im not ready.
    Certifications: MCSE. MCSA
  2. Boffy

    Boffy Megabyte Poster

    I'm not sure what you're learning at school, but you could go onto CompTIA's website and view the A+ specification. You should always use a second source to study, ProfesserMesser.com offers FREE A+ videos.

    for exam practice, you could:

    1. Go onto CompTIA's website and you can do a practice test there.
    2. if you have Mike Meyer's book (I'm sure other A+ books do the same), the CD has a couple fo exams to run through.
    3. There are Exam Simulators - Boson is one which is regularly used by members of this forum. Not usually cheap though, considering your experience I doubt this is a purchase worth pursuing.

    Hope that helps 8)
    Last edited: Mar 7, 2012
    Certifications: BSc Computer Game Technology, A+
    WIP: MOS 2010

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