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:compute: I have been using computers for years, so I am fairly experienced with the Windows environment and I know a little about hardware, such as motherboards CPU's and RAM.

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But now its time to transform into a lean mean tech machine. I wanted to start with the A+ certification.

Any suggestions on what to study?

Or any ways to save money on testing and study materials?
 

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I was thinking of selling a training CD I got with my school books. I was going to include the flash cards I used back in 2000.

Get familar with laser printers and acronyms.
 

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How long did it take to study for the exam and did you already have a great deal of knowledge working with computers?
 

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Is it an actual person teaching on the cd because I think I understand and comprehend more of what I am learning from a live person. Rather than on my own out of a book
 

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I started as a bench tech back in early '98. In June or July of 2000 I passed the test. As for the cd couldn't tell ya. I haven't even opened it yet. Rumor has it though tech is pulling questions off of it so I may open it. I was thinking about making a kit and putting it on E-bay. I should have a Audio CD too. Great for putting you to sleep. Sorry, but the guy on it has a mono-tone voice.
 

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that is [email protected]#$%

Just kidding! :D But I couldn't find anything on the website. "Brainbuzz had everything and best of all it was free" I think that website a will help me a great deal. It had practice exams, and excellent study guides. Thanks!:thmbup:
 

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like any other search engines it all matters what you put into the search engine.....

try diffrent words.... A+ will get diffrent results then A+ certification and both will get diffrent results from "A+Certification"
 
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