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  1. Joe Bloggs

    Joe Bloggs Guest

    I also passed today. Feels great. Onto Network and Security +.

    Question is; what is the exact title given? A+ Certified Professional?

    Darren
     
    Joe Bloggs, Nov 25, 2003
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  2. Joe Bloggs

    H H Guest

    Congrats!
    I just passed also.
    Not going for Server+?
    I searched the Comptia website, and haven't found anything yet regarding a
    title.

    "Joe Bloggs" <> wrote in message
    news:75Rwb.305871$Tr4.962936@attbi_s03...
    > I also passed today. Feels great. Onto Network and Security +.
    >
    > Question is; what is the exact title given? A+ Certified Professional?
    >
    > Darren
    >
    >
     
    H H, Nov 26, 2003
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  3. Joe Bloggs

    Bizoune Guest

    On my A+ book, it sais it's CCCT( Comptia Certified Computer Technician).

    I was wondering, is there anything like Microsoft, like I we would pass like
    4 CompTia, we would get a cool title, like MCSE...

    I'm french, is CompTia pronouced CompT-eee-a or CompTya?

    Plz Jinkies, stay out of this..
     
    Bizoune, Nov 28, 2003
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  4. Joe Bloggs

    Jinkies Guest

    In article <CVJxb.456$>,
    says...
    >
    >On my A+ book, it sais it's CCCT( Comptia Certified Computer Technician).
    >
    >I was wondering, is there anything like Microsoft, like I we would pass like
    >4 CompTia, we would get a cool title, like MCSE...
    >
    >I'm french, is CompTia pronouced CompT-eee-a or CompTya?
    >
    >Plz Jinkies, stay out of this..
    >


    Well if you want me to stay out of this then don't obsess over me so much that
    you have to mention me in a post that you don't want me to respond to and I
    won't you miserable troll.
     
    Jinkies, Nov 29, 2003
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  5. Joe Bloggs

    R.A.D. Guest

    "Jinkies" <> wrote more drivelnews:4h%xb.71183> Well if you
    want me to stay out of this then don't obsess over me so much that
    > you have to mention me in a post that you don't want me to respond to and

    I
    > won't you miserable troll.

    The Pot calling the Kettle black !!!! This is way overdue....PLONK
     
    R.A.D., Nov 29, 2003
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  6. Joe Bloggs

    Jinkies Guest

    In article <Jg1yb.253996$ao4.895328@attbi_s51>, says...
    >
    >
    >"Jinkies" <> wrote more drivelnews:4h%xb.71183> Well if you
    >want me to stay out of this then don't obsess over me so much that
    >> you have to mention me in a post that you don't want me to respond to and

    >I
    >> won't you miserable troll.

    >The Pot calling the Kettle black !!!! This is way overdue....PLONK
    >
    >


    'Pot calling kettle black' means that I did something resembling what bizoune
    has done and so therefore it is hypocritical of me to complain about him doing
    it. I have not mentioned his name in any threads I've started that were not
    specifically about him (and I haven't started any threads about him either).
    Therefore I have totally and completely refutedyour claim of 'pot calling
    kettle black'. You are a troll and I really do hope you killfile me but trolls
    rarely manage to police themselves in such an efficient manner. (especially
    ones who use the 'plonk' sound effect)...
     
    Jinkies, Nov 29, 2003
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  7. Joe Bloggs

    Bizoune Guest


    > I have never seen the abbreviation you have in your book but seen the

    phrase
    > CompTIA Certified Computer Technician in some books.
    > All official papers I have seen (including my certification) say A+
    > Certified Professional.
    > There is no path like the MCSE anywhere in CompTIAs certifications.
    > About the pronunciation I'd better leave that to the "specialists" in

    here.

    Thanks for the answer.. That's sucks that there's no path to an tough to get
    title.. This would be cool.
    Well, to be honest, CCCT sounds cool! ; ) We should start a trend and call
    it that way!

    So no one here knows if it's pronouced CompT-eee-a or CompT-y-a?
     
    Bizoune, Dec 1, 2003
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  8. Joe Bloggs

    R.A.D. Guest

    CompT-eee-a
    "Bizoune" <> wrote in message
    news:0ryyb.1631$...
    >
    > > I have never seen the abbreviation you have in your book but seen the

    > phrase
    > > CompTIA Certified Computer Technician in some books.
    > > All official papers I have seen (including my certification) say A+
    > > Certified Professional.
    > > There is no path like the MCSE anywhere in CompTIAs certifications.
    > > About the pronunciation I'd better leave that to the "specialists" in

    > here.
    >
    > Thanks for the answer.. That's sucks that there's no path to an tough to

    get
    > title.. This would be cool.
    > Well, to be honest, CCCT sounds cool! ; ) We should start a trend and

    call
    > it that way!
    >
    > So no one here knows if it's pronouced CompT-eee-a or CompT-y-a?
    >
    >
    >
    >
     
    R.A.D., Dec 1, 2003
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