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is there a practice test i can download somewhere like the one for the A+ test, i think trancendor made it. if at all possible can someone help me out with a link to get this test.
also..can you take a certification online? i highly doubt you can but hey, might as wel ask
its not cheating lol...well kinda sorta but not really
when i was in high school we had a comp. class that actually gave us some software that resembled the test...im not sure who made it but thats really what im looking for but for linux
Nothing is hard if you study. CompTIA is beta testing the new 2004 cert now. I took the “old” test, and there was many A+ questions, and general Linux questions. 60/40 easy/difficult. Know your stuff....
I was going to do the Linux+ Beta test but my book that i was going to use for review and study hasn't shown up yet. Does anyone have any suggestions as to resources i can use. I haven't played with Linux much in the last 6 months so i am a bit rusty and wanted the book as a refresher before i took the exam.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated as i am very eager to get back into it.
It was a book for the old exam. It was the Sybex Linux+ book. As i said it was only for a refresher and i found a couple of new things in it. A couple of new concepts or old concepts explained as well. Wasn't the best book i've ever read.
It obviously didn't have everything on the new exam.