CompTIA A+ certification exam is divided into two parts. Each test requires a separate fee. There is no need for the two A+ certification exams to be taken in the same day, but both must be passed before the whole exam expiry date and have the same set of objectives. The CompTIA A+ certification document is valid for three years following the date of passing the exam.
What Is The CompTIA A+ Certification?
CompTIA (The Computing Technology Industry Association) is the world’s largest source of vendor-neutral IT accreditation. Having granted over 2 million IT certifications globally, they are […]
RAID BASICS: WHAT IS RAID?
REDUNDANT ARRAY INDEPENDENT DISKS RAID LEVELS 🔷️RAID 0 PROS: INCREASED SPEED CONS: NO REDUNDANCY 🔷️RAID 1 PROS: FAULT TOLERANCE CONS: HIGHER COSTS 🔷️RAID 5 PROS: […]
CompTIA A+ 1002 Objectives
1.0 Operating Systems 27% 2.0 Security 24% 3.0 Software Troubleshooting 26% 4.0 Operational Procedures 23% 1.0 Operating Systems 1.1 Compare and contrast common operating system […]
CompTIA A+ Acronyms
Here’s the Network+ Objectives as well https://certification.tips/2020/01/19/comptia-network-acronyms/ AC Alternating Current ACL Access Control List ACPI Advanced Configuration Power Interface ADF Automatic Document Feeder ADSL Asymmetrical […]