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    Hey guys, I could use some advice for trying to get A+ certified. Me and a friend at work are studying to get certified for a raise at work. We decided to make study guides for each other and test each other. I finished chapter one, had 14 questions, and thought I had a pretty good overview. He had only made it through 12 pages and had a super detailed question list and chapter 1 goes through page 40.

    How detailed do you guys think we need to study our A+ book? I want to hurry and get through this and take the test, but I also want to be prepared because work will only pay for the first take. After that we're on our own. If any of you have been through the recent stuff and have some good advice please let me know. I know the older tests had a lot of info, but they also had lifetime certification. Nowadays, they seem to only cover what is relevant, but you only stay certified 3 years.

    Thanks for the help and also, I'm not looking for answers, just advice. We have the study guides, I just want to be prepared, but not waste too much time over-preparing.

    Btw, I have lots of hardware experience, but my friend is more of a casual user and not heavy into hardware. We both have decent software experience now from work at the hospital.
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    Default Re: Need some study advice

    Basically if you can come on here and answers peoples hardware and software questions without searching the internet you are ready.

    Seriously. It is hard to judge when someone is ready to take the test. I know of a few people that have no relevant background in a Computer related field and they managed to pass it first time around after studying for a month. Does that mean they are actually helpful and can do anything? Hell no. They were useless to me!!! But they studied and could pass the test.

    Since you have have experience you shouldn't need as much practice time as your buddy. Since you are working together then he might end knowing just as much as you. (for the test not real world) Just hit it hard for a month and go take the test. If you over think it you will brain lock during the exam. It is pretty easy stuff. I have helped a couple people over the last few years get certified.

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    Default Re: Need some study advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Oh yeah! I am one of those lifetime certified people! Comptia Certified since 2000! My cert was written on parchment paper and ink made from berries!
    Oh come on! Stop making me jealous!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    Oh come on! Stop making me jealous!!!
    Sorry buddy! I got in early! I can take the newer test to update my cert but I dont have to!
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    Default Re: Need some study advice

    I'm in the same boat here. I work as an I.T. hardware tech and can answer most questions and fix most problems without needing to research them. However, I have a test simulator that ask some crazy questions that I haven't run into the real world yet, like calculating DDR speeds or what ports certain protocols use (networking is my weak area). Also, I've seen some questions about older hardware. If it wasn't for the ancient dinosaurs I work with at my job I'd no next to nothing on how to answer those questions; especially since that hardware isn't really relevant in most situations....but some companies.....like the one I work for are cheap and don't want to upgrade or need the older hardware because certain custom programs can only run on DOS and we need older hardware to run them.

    But yeah, I'm trying to study up for the A+ exams and hopefully pass them when I take them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerodante View Post
    I'm in the same boat here. I work as an I.T. hardware tech and can answer most questions and fix most problems without needing to research them. However, I have a test simulator that ask some crazy questions that I haven't run into the real world yet, like calculating DDR speeds or what ports certain protocols use (networking is my weak area). Also, I've seen some questions about older hardware. If it wasn't for the ancient dinosaurs I work with at my job I'd no next to nothing on how to answer those questions; especially since that hardware isn't really relevant in most situations....but some companies.....like the one I work for are cheap and don't want to upgrade or need the older hardware because certain custom programs can only run on DOS and we need older hardware to run them.

    But yeah, I'm trying to study up for the A+ exams and hopefully pass them when I take them.

    Even when I took my A+ Eons ago older hardware and software was a problem then. They ask about Novel, Solaris, Windows NT, Dos, SIMMS, DIMMS, Jumper settings, Hexadecimal and Binary and much more. Some of this was items I had never touched.

    You will have to study even harder on those sections. Use the internet to find pictures of older hardware so you can get an image in your head of WTH they are talking about. At least you already know your areas of improvement. It will make it a lot easier now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Even when I took my A+ Eons ago older hardware and software was a problem then. They ask about Novel, Solaris, Windows NT, Dos, SIMMS, DIMMS, Jumper settings, Hexadecimal and Binary and much more. Some of this was items I had never touched.

    You will have to study even harder on those sections. Use the internet to find pictures of older hardware so you can get an image in your head of WTH they are talking about. At least you already know your areas of improvement. It will make it a lot easier now.
    That's interesting. I wonder if they changed that with the new 3 years cert renewal nowadays. I haven't gotten through everything, but so far they only seem to be going back to windows xp and the LGA 775 socket (And AMD equivalent).
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    That's interesting. I wonder if they changed that with the new 3 years cert renewal nowadays. I haven't gotten through everything, but so far they only seem to be going back to windows xp and the LGA 775 socket (And AMD equivalent).

    This was about a 1.5 years ago. So it counts towards the 3 year renewal based exams if I am not mistaken.

    Just study up with your partner. Use the practice questions at the end of each section. Record your answers so you can track progress. Remember you are not competing with your partner. If he fails you failed and vice versa. Have to be a team. I was not so lucky when I was taking all of my exams. I had to study everything by myself because nobody knew WTF I was talking about in 1999 and 2000!

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    Good News. A+ Certified now!!!
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    Congrats! That IS good news!

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    Congrats bro! Welcome to the A+ Certified Club! Don't stop there! What is next!
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    Congrats bro, keep going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Congrats bro! Welcome to the A+ Certified Club! Don't stop there! What is next!
    Network +, then security, then I plan on working on some microsoft certs. Server 2008, 2012 and HyperV etc.
    Second System: CPU - AMD FX-8350 / Mobo - AsRock 970 Extreme3 R2.0 / Video Card - XFX Radeon HD6870 / Memory - 8gb Gskill Sniper DDR3 1600 9-9-9-24 / Harddrive - Seagate Barracuda 250gb 7200 rpm x 3 Raid 0 / Power Supply - Seasonic X Gold 750w / Case - Sunbeam Transformer / CPU Cooler - Zalman CNPS9900 Max

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