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Old 06-01-2012, 08:32 PM
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I just took the tests and "Winged it." it was all pretty easy to be perfectly honest. The weird questions were those about IRQs and Laser Printers (in my opinion).
when did you take it? i dont remember having any questions about IRQs in 2009.

printing was another thing that was foreign to me.
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A good idea would be take the Cisco IT Essentials course it prepares you for the A+ as it covers the same topics
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Haven't taken it yet but every prep test I have taken has had the laser printer stuff on it and IRQs. Always thought that was odd because I know alot of great computer techs that have never repaired a laser printer. And who really deals with IRQs anymore except in very rare occasions.
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Thanks for your suggestions,I have bought the study materials and will do more practice before taking this test.anyway,thanks for all of your kindly help.
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Old 06-26-2012, 03:18 AM
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I haven't taken the A+ test yet, but I can say that "CompTIA A+ Certification" by Michael Meyers is a good book and comes with a CD. I know in my area and I can't say the same for others, but where I can take a majority of my IT tests has 1-on-1 training for a PRICE, practice tests for a reasonable cost, and of course your certification tests.

Funny thing is since were on subject about testing. I forgot when I worked for this tech temp agency I had access to 3,000+ training sessions for whatever I wanted to study in. I'll have to check to see if I can still log in and see what the name of it was.
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