OF BEST SELLING CERTIFICATION BOOKS
AUTHOR: MICHAEL MEYERS
Mike Meyer’s A+ All-in-one guide was the best selling book for the old A+ exams, and now he's doing it again with the fourth edition of the book. The book has been completely revised and updated for the new 2001 exams. This book is currently the #1, best-selling study guide for CompTIA's A+ Certification exams.
We therefore just had to review the book for the benefit of Jidaw.com’s
friends and members, as well as for the numerous people out there who
have an interest in certification exams. What makes this book tick?
Why is it so hot and in demand? Let’s find out.
One look at the “big book” titled All-in-one A+ Certification
Exam Guide might leave you with the impression that the book is rather
on the voluminous side. But for those who are interested in being IT
professionals, especially in hardware, can really appreciate the reason
for its size.
Let’s look at specifics.
Inside the book, you will also find official exam objectives at the
beginning of each chapter, helpful exam tips, end of chapter practice
questions and hundreds of photographs and illustrations.
So what do users and experts have to say about this book? It is continually described as the best book for preparing for the CompTIA A+ exams. Some have even gone as far as saying that if you can truly comprehend up to 60 percent of the book, your pass in flying colours is guaranteed. Such is the confidence people have in it.
Here are some specific comments from those who have used the book worldwide:
“This comprehensive guide not only helps you to excel at the
certification exams, but also teaches you how to be an expert hardware
support engineer because it goes through the subject point by point
with superior documentation.”
“The all-in-one A+ certification exam guide is a perfect book
for PC technicians and hardware support professionals. The language
and style is simple with detailed graphic illustrations, even a novice
could use this book!”
“This book is the pinnacle of the A+ preparation.”
In conclusion, we can advise A+ candidates that they can prepare to pass the 2001 release of CompTIA's A+ certification exams, with what we have no hesitation in describing as one of the best test-prep books on the market for any exam.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Michael Meyers is the industry’s
leading authority on A+ certification. He is the president and founder
of Total Seminars LLC, a major provider of PC and network repair seminars
for thousands of organizations throughout the world. He is a member
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