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A+ and MCSE

By MarkGibsonUK ·
I am currently studying to become certified for A+ which is a freebie thrown in as part of my MCSE, is anyone else in a similar boat? I am looking for people to discuss some of this stuff with, maybe help each other out, as part of my course I need to pass mock exams over 90% and am finding it pretty tough! Thanks

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lets talk

by sagitarian76 In reply to A+ and MCSE

Hey mark. I was in your boat a while back. i'm actually trying to update my mcse now and my cisco certs so if you have any questions ask away.

wil

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90%

by Paul Gowen In reply to A+ and MCSE

Thats fairly steep for the A+ (pass is (or was when i did it in Jan) only about 70% at most,

I went on and got the MCSA, but unfortunatly my workhas stopped me from getting the other exams,...although i am in the middle of brushing up for the CCNA.

Feel free to talk to me if you want,

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solutions

by joyp007 In reply to A+ and MCSE

i just completed this course. if you need help contact me .....

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90% is good!

by billac11 In reply to A+ and MCSE

90% on practice exams is what we use to help gauge a students preparedness to test also. of course you need to have diff exams so that you are not memorizing answers.
on A+, i know many dont want to "dirty" themselves with the actual hardware, but if you understand the hows and whys of computers themselves, you have built an excellent foundation for the rest of your studies.

Bill

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In the Beginning

by philospher In reply to A+ and MCSE

The A+ is very important. You should also get networking plus. In studying for your MCSE you should get a firm grip on TCP/IP. Networking plus will give you a frim grip on this very important protocol. A+ will also give you a very good overview of legacy technology.

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