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    Default Do you think im ready for the 901 exam?

    Do you think im ready?

    I am scoring 83-100% on the Darrill Gibson Mock tests and have completed the Mike Meyers 901 Udemy course.
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    You are ready for an exam when you feel confident with all the material.
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    Download the exam objectives from the CompTIA website. Go over all the sections and understand them well enough to teach it. You are then ready.
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    Cheers Mikey!

    Just had a go on their practice questions onComptia and scoredd 100%
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    Meyer's mentions in his book that once you score 90% multiple times on practice exams, you should be A okay. But again, it's up to your own self to evaluate if you are mentally ready for the A+ 901 & 902 exams.
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    Thanks all
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    Generally if I'm scoring 85 to 90% on several various practice exams, I've assumed I've been ready, and have most often passed (this after dozens of cert exams in 20 years). Sure, I've failed a couple, but over 90% of the time it seems a decent assessment to take the plunge.
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