This test is appropriate for you if you want to be an entry A+ certificate level IT professional and have job responsibilities including: IT Technician, Enterprise Technician, PC Technician, Desktop Support Technician, Field Technician, PC Support Technician, Remote Support Technician, Help Desk Technician, Call Center Technician, Depot Technician and Bench Technician. If you would like to know more about the A+ Essentials test 220-601 please visit the CompTIA Website.
The A+ Essentials validates your skills and knowledge on different types of hardware and operating systems, basic networking as well as soft skills and office communication. This is a vendor neutral entry-level test, which can be used for the preparation of many advanced certification such as MCSE, CCNA etc.
This test consists of multiple-choice questions. There are no case study type questions and the test is not adaptive. You will be required to attempt approximately 100 questions in 90 minutes. To pass, you need a score of 675.
The CompTIA test A+ Essentials is meant for entry-level computer technicians. This test measures an individual’s ability to install, configure, and troubleshoot hardware on a stand-alone computer as well as on a computer in a network.
Before taking the A+ Exams, you should practice the following:
Install the motherboard in the computer case
Install and remove memory modules on the motherboard
Identify the name of different parts in a computer and their *functions and characteristics
Identify the components on the motherboard, such as hard disk *controller, floppy disk controller, CMOS chip, expansion slots, etc.
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