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Discussion in 'A+ Certification' started by BobZilla, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. BobZilla

    BobZilla Guest

    I am back to browse through the boards again. I don't know if anyone knows
    me here anymore but I was a regular along time ago. I have been A+ certified
    for 3 years now( yea the old, old test) and have returned to see what's new
    in the community. Advise for you guys and gals just getting started, keep
    studying, don't use trancenders. Although the cert wont land you a great job
    in IT, it is a good start. You will find that the things you learn for A+
    will span across many different fields that you will get into later, it is
    very valuable info if you truly learn it. ---------BZ
     
    BobZilla, Oct 5, 2003
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    Dilash Krish Guest

    I am pretty new to A+. Some of my friends said, transcenders are very close
    to exam. Why you don't recommend transcenders?

    KD

    "BobZilla" <> wrote in message
    news:HdXfb.35666$sp2.15136@lakeread04...
    > I am back to browse through the boards again. I don't know if anyone knows
    > me here anymore but I was a regular along time ago. I have been A+

    certified
    > for 3 years now( yea the old, old test) and have returned to see what's

    new
    > in the community. Advise for you guys and gals just getting started, keep
    > studying, don't use trancenders. Although the cert wont land you a great

    job
    > in IT, it is a good start. You will find that the things you learn for A+
    > will span across many different fields that you will get into later, it is
    > very valuable info if you truly learn it. ---------BZ
    >
    >
     
    Dilash Krish, Oct 17, 2003
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    Frederic Guest

    Because the value of the cert is not the cert itself but the knowledge you
    learned while studying that cert. If you didn't study the material and just
    learned the transcenders you may pass the exam but if you are challenged in
    a real life scenario you might feel cheap and the value of the cert will be
    discredited by your employer
    No one wants to hire a paper-cert
    --
    Frederic
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    "Dilash Krish" <> wrote in message
    news:aXTjb.4447$...
    > I am pretty new to A+. Some of my friends said, transcenders are very

    close
    > to exam. Why you don't recommend transcenders?
    >
    > KD
    >
    > "BobZilla" <> wrote in message
    > news:HdXfb.35666$sp2.15136@lakeread04...
    > > I am back to browse through the boards again. I don't know if anyone

    knows
    > > me here anymore but I was a regular along time ago. I have been A+

    > certified
    > > for 3 years now( yea the old, old test) and have returned to see what's

    > new
    > > in the community. Advise for you guys and gals just getting started,

    keep
    > > studying, don't use trancenders. Although the cert wont land you a great

    > job
    > > in IT, it is a good start. You will find that the things you learn for

    A+
    > > will span across many different fields that you will get into later, it

    is
    > > very valuable info if you truly learn it. ---------BZ
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
    Frederic, Oct 17, 2003
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