CompTIA A+ Practice Exams (200 Questions)
The CompTIA A+ exam is the industry standard used to launch many tens of thousands of IT careers. It lays a strong foundation for careers such as:
The two exams you need to pass are Core 1 (220-1001) and Core 2 (220-1002) and they cover:
Demonstrate baseline security skills for IT support professionals
Configure device operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome OS, Android and iOS and administer client-based as well as cloud-based (SaaS) software
Troubleshoot and problem solve core service and support challenges while applying best practices for documentation, change management, and scripting
Support basic IT infrastructure and networking
Configure and support PC, mobile and IoT device hardware
Implement basic data backup and recovery methods and apply data storage and management best practices.
The four practice exams will prepare you for the real thing as every syllabus topic is covered multiple times.
Exam 1 (50 questions)
Exam 2 (50 questions)
Exam 3 (50 questions)
Exam 4 (50 questions)
The A+ exams costs $232 each to sit and the average first time pass rates are well under 50%. For this reason you must prepare by using a quality study guide, doing hands-on labs and taking a lot of practice exams. This is where we come in. You need to getting 95% or higher in EVERY exam before you take the real one.
Please ensure you spend around 50 hours testing all of the features of the hardware and software listed in the syllabus before attempting the exam. Use the practice exams as both a study tool and a exam readiness checker.
Who this course is for:
- A+ students.
I worked in the police in the UK for 12 years as a patrol officer and detective. While I was in the job I helped teach the new e-mail system to other officers. I took a few IT exams and then left for a career in IT in June 2000.
I took a few more exams with vendors such as Cisco and Microsoft and got a job working for Cisco for two years. I then started an IT training company teaching Cisco and computer networking courses. I built the business until it had several offices in the UK and then sold it.
I now run a publishing business and several websites teaching IT related subjects. I've learned how to build a successful company and how to make it in the world of IT. I hope what I've learned helps you too.
Paul Browning - December 2014