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The A+ certification for entry-level (6 months experience) PC hardware technicians is a popular first certification, especially for individuals switching from another career to computers. Want to find out more about the benefits of becoming A+ certified? And what should you study before taking the exam? These handy resources, supplied by ProProfs.com, will help you on your way to passing the A+ exam.

  • CompTIA A+ overview
    Thinking about getting A+ certified? This overview not only tells you what you need to know about finding a testing center and taking the test, but also lists objectives and topics covered in the exam, making it useful as a study guide.
  • Benefits of passing the A+ exam
    The CompTIA A+ Certification Exam is considered the industry standard in terms of measuring a technician's hardware and software knowledge. Learn more about the benefits of passing the A+ exam in this guide.
  • Will becoming an A+ certified technician help you?
    Wondering whether becoming an A+ certified technical with be a worthwhile investment in time, money and effort? This guide shows you the benefits the A+ certification exam provides, including credibility, college credit and increased salary potential.

  • ProProfs Free Online A+ Certification School provides free study aids for the A+ exam such as study guides, practice exams, practice questions and testing software. Its free online Comptia A+ learning center is located at: http://www.ProProfs.com/certification/comptia/a-plus/index.shtml

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    This was first published in January 2006

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