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by Craig Landes,Ed Tittel,James G. Jones

ePub A+ Exam Cram 2 (Exam Cram 220-221, Exam Cram 220-222) download
Author:
Craig Landes,Ed Tittel,James G. Jones
ISBN13:
978-0789728678
ISBN:
0789728672
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Publisher:
Que (December 1, 2002)
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Certification
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4.7
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613

by James G. Jones & Craig Landes & Ed Tittel. 2015 CompTIA A+ exam objectives for exams 901 & 902Written by the leading authority on CompTIA. The A+ Practice Questions Exam Cram 2 provides readers with nearly 1,000 practice test.

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A+ Exam Cram 2 is a study skill enhancement and tutorial, designed to focus on exactly what students need to get A+ certified, with coverage of exams 220-221 and 220-222

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A+ Exam Cram 2 is a study skill enhancement and tutorial, designed to focus on exactly what students need to get A+ certified, with coverage of exams 220-221 and 220-222. It details all the new exam objectives and items in the following areas: Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows NT version 4.0. Because the A+ certification is a core competency of the MCSA program, this book is also helpful for those who are seeking their MCSA certification. This book is not intended to teach new material. Instead it assumes that you have a solid foundation of knowledge but can use a refresher on important concepts as well as a guide to exam topics and objectives. This book focuses exactly on what you need to pass the exam - it features test-taking strategies, time-saving study tips, and a special Cram Sheet that includes tips, acronyms, and memory joggers not available anywhere else. The series is supported online at several Web sites: examcram.com, informit.com, and cramsession.com.

The accompanying CD features PrepLogic™ Practice Tests, Preview Edition. This product includes one complete PrepLogic Practice Test with approximately the same number of questions found on the actual vendor exam. Each question contains full, detailed explanations of the correct and incorrect answers. The engine offers two study modes, Practice Test and Flash Review, full exam customization, and a detailed score report.

  • I read a lot of _really_ bad technical books so this was book was kind of a breath of fresh air. Often times I feel like the author barely understands the material they are writing on and are just throwing information in from other sources to rush out a book. I did not get that impression with this book and the information really did flow well in the first half (hardware).

    The second half was not as good and the reason I am giving 3 stars instead of 4. It seems like the information was consistent at one time and has gone through several revisions to update it to match the more recent A+ exam. Many of the things mentioned have not been that way since early versions of DOS (not to mention 95 etc.) In fact I felt there was far too much time spent with DOS and windows 9x and not enough given to 2K and XP.

    The current exam is 2003 but CompTIA still updates the questions and I can't recall a single question relating to pre Win95 DOS on the exam. There were however, lots of questions on XP that the book didn't really prepare for.

    I really don't want to cast a negative tone for the book though, it was really good at laying the foundation for understanding concepts. Questions I did not know from memory I was able to make educated guesses on.

    Read this book, then memorize the specific things you know the exam will cover (IRQ's, COM ports, I/O addresses etc.) and you will do fine on the exam.

  • I took an A+ class several years ago and I build computers and repair computers ( not the ones I just built! =P ) several times a month. Im pretty much the go to guy for anyone who knows me. However I had no piece of paper saying im good with computers or building them and most employers don't trust computer repairs to anybody so I decided to get my A+ and I bought 2 books ( this one and mike Meyers A+ which is AMAZING! )
    First Amazon says this book is 500 some pages ( normally Amazon exaggerates the page numbers that's not the case here ) it's really 1000 pages. But the book covers in a lot of detail about computers and the sections on the boot up process in the operating system are really worth reading.
    All that being said I have to rate this book a 3 out of 5 for some very compelling reasons. If this is your only book and your trying to take the test as the book would instruct you will spend many many nights memorizing IRQ's and DMA conflicts and less time studying about scsi or other import aspects of the exam which you are actually tested! I must note that the memorization techniques are great ( the one about the laser print process for one ) but doesn't really help you for the exam or real life.
    Also their are several typo's ( calling things wrong as well ) which means I have to take off some points.
    All in all this would be ok if you have taken an A+ class and feel you need to study some more before you take the A+ test and don't wish to read mike Meyers huge ( but amazing! ) book.

  • I am MCSE, A+, and CCNA certified and used this book as part of my preparation for the CompTia A+ exams.
    This book features a cramsheet tear out that is better than most I have seen. It gives good reminders of the basics, such as: "serial cables usually have a DB9-9 pin connector." These tidbits won't get you through the exam, but do provide a quick review of the material. If you can't read and expand on a statement, such as the one above, then you need to study that particular area more thoroughly. The CD for this book includes practice questions that are also good for testing your knowledge of the material, but do not expect to see actual CompTia test questions here. Again, these questions are only good for measuring your progress.
    I found the chapter format for this book refreshing and easy to read. Each chapter includes:
    An overview of critical terms and concepts.
    Plenty of sidebars and graphic illustrations.
    10 question practice exam with good explanations of the answers.
    This book overall presents an excellent overview of both the hardware and operating system exams and should be used in conjunction with Mueller's "Upgrading and Repairing PCs" classic (ISBN: 0789727455).

  • This book would be an ideal textbook to use for a computer history course, but I feel sorry for anyone who reads this book and thinks he is ready to pass the A+.
    This book is unnecessarily wordy. It is 800 pages long but if you remove all the rambling and tangents, you're left with maybe 200 pages of useful, pertinent information.
    The A+ exam utilizes many "help desk" scenario questions, but this book is entirely too theoretical to enable you to answer practical questions. Additionally, Exam Cram 2's A+ book deals WAY TOO MUCH with computer history. Here's a hint: the A+ exam does not cover the history of computing!
    On the positive side, this book is an excellent reference piece for general computing knowledge. Additionally, it contains many practice questions and it comes bundled with a CD that contains a Prep Logic practice exam. At $30, this book is a bargain too.
    Long story short - DO NOT rely solely on this book to help you pass the A+ exam. Instead, check out titles from other publishers, and use this book as a third or fourth source. The practice exams that come included are the saving grace of this book!