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  • A+ Certification

    I am going to take this certification pretty soon and I wanted to know if anybody had any advice. Is it hard? Please and Thank You.

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    Re: A+ Certification

    If you have experience, probably not. A+ is a general overview of PC hardware and OSes (and some software) so you will have to know different processor types, recognise cards etc.

    With a decent amount of IT experience it should be very straightforward, without it you may wish to look at official practice tests such as Transcender and SelfTestSoftware to validate your training and knowledge.
    Tom Jones
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      Re: A+ Certification

      Originally posted by Ossian View Post
      If you have experience, probably not. A+ is a general overview of PC hardware and OSes (and some software) so you will have to know different processor types, recognise cards etc.

      With a decent amount of IT experience it should be very straightforward, without it you may wish to look at official practice tests such as Transcender and SelfTestSoftware to validate your training and knowledge.

      Can't forget the Customer Service
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