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    #26
    Thank You.
    I was looking at doing this exactly as you described.
    Professor Messer is great.
    And I have a A+ Study Guide on it's way.
    Doug
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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by veritas_libertas View Post
    One month. I spent too much time reading the book. It's all about how much experience you have troubleshooting computers.
    Studying for the test is recommended......but I second on experience. It makes the exams that much easier IMHO.
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    James Conrad does a CBT Nuggets series for A+ and from what I've seen, it's quite good (my A+ dates back to 1999). Outside of that, a good book and a couple of old computers should suffice. You can find old computers everywhere now.

    Unless you have are technically illiterate, I don't think you need to go to school to take A+. Save your money for something more difficult down the road. Don't be afraid to fail either. We all fail at times. I'd also shy away from paying big money for those practice tests. Use the real test as a practice test. At the worst you fail.
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