Good prep book

Discussion in 'A+ Certification' started by Wild Duck, Aug 4, 2007.

  1. Wild Duck

    Wild Duck Guest

    Hello, I have decided to go ahead and try to get my A+ certification
    to enhance my resume, and also my personal business. I was wondering
    what are some good books to look at to help prepare me for the exams,
    and also some websites with information would be helpful. Thanks

    Chuck
     
    Wild Duck, Aug 4, 2007
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    Dan Stephen Guest

    Here are a few resources that I've found helpful:


    THE Book

    All-in-one CompTIA A+ Certification Guide - Sixth Edition 2007
    Mike Meyers)
    (By far the best book I've seen and used. Even if you are not aiming for
    the cert. you can learn a great deal from this book.)

    Several websites:

    Studynotes
    http://studynotes.net/Essentials-Study-Guide

    (Have a good look through this sight. It has an A+ study guide but it's
    in an early stage of development.)

    Proprofs
    http://www.proprofs.com/certification/comptia/a-plus/index.shtml

    (Heaps of current info.)

    Flash cards are an effective way to learn so as you go through your
    study material jot down the information you'd like to put on them.

    Keeping a notebook and taking brief notes is, for me anyway, essential.
    Apparently the act of writing things down helps to fix the information
    in your memory.

    Get as much practical experience as you can. (get PC, strip it down,
    rebuild it etc)

    Hope these suggestions help.

    Cheers,

    Dannobyte
     
    Dan Stephen, Aug 5, 2007
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    Steve Guest

    I like the Mike Meyers book, too. I also go to www.totalsem.com ;
    that's the website for the book. There's a bunch of good info there,
    plus you can buy books, DVD's, exam vouchers, and a bunch of other
    stuff from them.

    Steve
     
    Steve, Aug 6, 2007
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    Patty Guest

    They also have a pretty good forum where you can ask questions and get
    information from folks who have already taken the tests.

    Patty
     
    Patty, Aug 6, 2007
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