The CompTIA A + virtual tutorial has been created for people to become fully acquainted with Camptia. The A + degree indicates the existence of general expertise in hardware in the person holding this degree and he is known as a computer hardware technician. To participate in the preparatory courses for obtaining this degree, CompTIA recommends at least 500 hours of previous experience of familiarity and working with personal computer hardware. One of the highlights of this course and its related evidence is that many reputable computer hardware companies recommend passing it on to their users and those who intend to work in areas such as computer assembly.
In this course, you will be fully prepared to take the Core 1 CompTIA A + (220-1001) exam. This course not only teaches you complete practice exams (each of which takes 90 minutes) but also teaches you how to become a better examiner.
For most participants in the CompTIA A + (220-1001) test, this is the first certification test in the IT industry. If this is true for you, you need this course to learn how to take these exams properly. Participating in certification exams is expensive, so you only want to take it once and you want to pass it.
The chapters of the CompTIA A + virtual training course are:
How to pass the CompTIA A + (220-1001) Core 1 test on your first try
How to become a better certification exam tester
How to answer performance-based questions (PBQ) and simulation-style questions
What are your weak points in the CompTIA A + curriculum, so you can reuse those areas
Who is this course for:
Anyone wishing to take the CompTIA A + Certification Exam (220-1001).
Anyone who wants to know how PQBs and simulations are presented in the test.
Anyone who needs a better examiner before taking the CompTIA A + Certificate (220-1001).
Prerequisites for the CompTIA A + course:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.