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CompTIA A+ Certification Exam: Core 1
This 220-1001 exam bundle includes 3 products: 239 Questions & Answers, 130 Video Lectures, 2287 Study Guide PDF Pages.
CompTIA A+ Certification Exam: Core 2
This 220-1002 exam bundle includes 3 products: 316 Questions & Answers, 97 Video Lectures, 2287 Study Guide PDF Pages.
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The CompTIA A+ is a core vendor-neutral certification designed to candidates wishing to establish a career in IT and gain skills to perform IT operational and technical support roles.
Why Do You Need to Pass Two Exams?
Since the entry-level A+ certificate involves quite a wide area of knowledge, CompTIA has split the related exams into two, and you'll need to pass both of them to obtain it. These tests will determine if you're an excellent fit in an IT workplace. In addition, they will prove if you can demonstrate the fundamental skills required for security, networking, and support specialists. The A+ exams will also determine if you are capable of solving problems quickly on a variety of issues. As a certificate that will help launch your IT career, it's essential that you can think on your feet and perform crucial tasks in the middle of a problem.
Are There Any Requirements to Comply with?
The best part about these tests and the A+ certification, in general, is that you don't need anything else before you attempt to earn it. There are no official requirements, but it is highly recommended that you have at least 9 to 12 months of work experience in the IT field. It's not to help you pass the exams in any way but to familiarize yourself with the different new concepts that you're going to learn as you study for your certification.
What You Need to Know about Both Exams
As with most IT certifications exams, you're going to be under immense time pressure when you take the A+ tests. You'll only get 90 minutes to answer 90 multiple-choice, drag and drop, and performance-based questions. You'll also need to get a particular score to pass. In particular, for 220-1001, it's 675 points out of 900, and 700 out of 900 for test 220-1002. These tests each will also cost you $226, so you can take them online or at an accredited testing center.
What Is Core 1 220-1001 Exam All about?
The first A+ exam that you'll need to pass is 220-1001. Its focus is more on hardware and will enable you to troubleshoot and fix issues as they arise. Here are some of the exam objectives that will help you understand the concepts for such a test better:
Within this area, you'll be given various scenarios where you'll need to install and configure different components for a laptop like its hard drive, memory, keyboard, and ports. You'll also be required to know how to troubleshoot and install components in the display. Commonly, laptops are like smaller computers, but there are instances when using them can be quite different. For example, they have function keys that allow you to control the volume, brightness, and other connectivity components. You'll need to know how to operate these and change various settings. You'll also need to know a lot about other mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, wearables, and e-readers. This way, you're going to be familiar with how they work and how you'll be able to connect them to the nearest Wi-Fi.
For the networking part of 220-1001 exam, you'll need to know the differences between the various protocols involved in networking like TCP and UDP. If you know their purpose, you can quickly understand how different hardware that uses the protocols work. There is also a lot of hardware involved in networking, so you'll need to know what they are and how they operate. Devices such as routers, switches, cables, and many more have specific purposes within the network. This way, you'll be able to correctly setup and configure wired or wireless networks. Now, wireless networks are also getting popular, and they come with their own set of protocols and components. So, you'll have to ensure that each of these works so you can troubleshoot issues quickly as they arise.
There are a lot of types of hardware components that you need to know. You'll need to differentiate them so that you know how each of them works in the grand scheme, whether it's cables and connectors for networking or components like RAM and storage to peripherals. The knowledge that you gain here can help you install and configure devices like laptops, desktop computers, and even set up network printers for everyone to use.
Virtualization and Cloud Computing
As cloud computing starts to get popular, you'll have to know and understand different concepts like SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS. You'll need to know how they work and use resources to better understand how they interact with the server and the client. You'll also need to know how to set up and work with virtual machines. There are a few requirements that you need to fully grasp so you can configure them properly.
Network & Hardware Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting is one of the most essential aspects of the Core 1 exam. Being capable of doing this right can make you an excellent IT specialist. Thus, you'll need to know the best methodologies to resolve various types of problems. There are times when networks and other devices do not work as expected, so you'll need to know how to fix them. You'll also have to determine the types of errors that a faulty part throws out so you can quickly identify the problem and make the necessary fixes. Finally, you'll need to understand the most common symptoms of hardware issues that involve the motherboard, RAM, CPU, and others.
What Is Core 2 220-1002 Exam All about?
After you ace the first test, you'll have to pass another one, Core 2 test. If Core 1 is all about hardware, this focuses more on the software features. Since both hardware and software need to work together, you'll need to have a good grasp of these two concepts. Here are some of the exam objectives that you need to look out for in 220-1002 exam:
When it comes to operating systems, you'll need to know the differences between each type and variant of OS. For example, Windows comes with 32-bit and 64-bit versions, so you'll need to know which one is appropriate for your hardware. You'll also need to know the different operating systems for smartphones and know how to set up as well as configure them. There are also times when you won't have access to a mouse. Thus, you'll need to learn how to use the command-line tool so you can continue to use your computer until you get your issues sorted out. Lastly, it is also needed that you fully understand the many features that these operating systems come with. Windows comes with Control Panel utilities that will help you set up different aspects of your machine from display to networking to even checking for performance.
As someone working with software, you'll need to understand the different security concepts and measures that you can take to ensure that your system is safe. You'll need to know what antivirus and anti-malware software do, the idea of a firewall, and how they can help you. You'll also need to understand how to create strong passwords so hackers cannot quickly access your files and data. Wireless security is another area which you'll need to understand as it comes with different protocols and encryption methods. Thus, you'll need to know the difference between WEP, WPA, WPA2, TKIP, and AES. This is also the part where you'll need to know how to remove different types of malware, especially the likes of Ransomware, Trojans, Rootkits, Viruses, and more. Apart from software security methods, you'll also have to be aware of social engineering tactics like phishing, impersonation, and more.
This is another skill that you'll need to master if you're looking for a support-related IT position. You'll need to understand the common symptoms of various types of errors so you can successfully troubleshoot Windows problems. Mastering the standard solutions also helps as you can quickly implement them when they arise. Malware is a big problem for almost all types of devices. Knowing how to successfully remove them is an excellent skill to have. To pass 220-1002, you'll need to know the best practices to do precisely that, from identifying to quarantining and eventually removing them. This also applies to mobile devices and operating systems as they're also vulnerable to various attacks.
You'll also need to have a good idea of different operational procedures from documentations, the management of best practices, malware prevention, and recovery. You'll as well have to know the many safety procedures like grounding your machine correctly and handling sensitive components like using antistatic bags to ensure their safety.
Career Opportunities with A+ Certification
Since the CompTIA A+ certification is for beginners, you can launch a successful career in IT as
- Help Desk Technician;
- Field Service Technician;
- Associate Network Engineer;
- System Support Specialist;
- End-User Computing Technician;
- Service Desk Analyst.
Having the A+ certificate you can be hired in such prestigious companies like HP, Intel, Dell, and Ricoh and earn annually from $35,000 till $74,000 annually.
After being CompTIA A+ certified is the high time to think how to develop your skills and upgrade them. The most recommendable certifications for you to follow is Network+ or Security+ issued by CompTIA. Though they belong to core category, you'll be completely equipped with skills and knowledge to gain the position you are aiming for.
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