31 Days Before Your CompTIA A+ Certification Exam31 Days Before Your CompTIA A+ Certification Exam offers you a friendly, practical way to understand the A+ certification process, commit to taking the A+ 220-901 and 220-902 exams, and finish your preparation using a variety of Primary and Supplemental study resources. The 900 series A+ exams test knowledge and skills needed to manage and troubleshoot desktop, laptop, and mobile hardware and networking technologies; install, use, and troubleshoot Windows, Linux, and OS X; utilize virtualization, strengthen security, and work effectively as an IT technician. Sign up for the exam and use this book's day-by-day guide and checklist to organize, prepare, and review. Each day in this guide breaks down an exam topic into a manageable bit of information to review using short summaries. Daily Study Resources sections provide quick references for locating more in-depth treatment within Primary and Supplemental resources. This book's features help you fit exam preparation into a busy schedule: - Visual tear-card calendar summarizing each day's study topic - Checklist for tracking your progress in mastering exam objectives - Description of the organization and sign-up process for the A+ 220-901 and 220-902 exams - Strategies to prepare mentally, organizationally, and physically for exam day - Conversational tone to make study more enjoyable Digital Study Guide To enhance your preparation, upgrade to the Digital Study Guide, a media-rich web edition that includes mobile friendly ebook, interactive exercises, and Check Your Understanding questions. See offer inside. A sample is available to preview at www.pearsonitcertification.com/title/9780134540030. Shelving category: Certification Covers: CompTIA A+ 220-901 and 220-902 www.pearsonlTcertification.com Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
About the Author
Laura Schuster has been working in the information systems field since 1979. She has held numerous IT positions, including systems analyst, network administrator, consultant, project manager, and technical support manager. She currently works as a full-time professor at Owens Community College in Toledo, Ohio. She teaches A+, Network+, and other information systems courses. Laura has an MOD in organisational development, is an MCNE, and holds CompTIA A+, Network+, and Oracle certifications. Dave Holzinger has been a curriculum developer, project manager, author, and technical editor for the Cisco Networking Academy program in Phoenix, Arizona, since 2001. Dave has helped develop many online courses, including IT Essentials, CCNA, and CCNP. He has been working with computer hardware and software since 1981. Dave has certifications from Cisco, BICSI, and CompTIA, including the A+.