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Exam Pattern

The question types found on the A+ exam are:
Multiple Choice with Single answer: Student is required to select a single answer from a range of options (generally 4-5) by clicking on a radio button.
Multiple Choice with Multiple answer: Student is required to select a range of options. The number of options to select is specified.
Fill in the Blank: Student is required to select the missing text to complete the sentence (multiple choice style).
Benefits Of Passing Comptia A+ Test

The CompTIA A+ Certification Exam is considered the industry standard in terms of measuring a technicians hardware and software knowledge. Those possessing the certification are more likely to receive higher salaries and 85% of these individuals choose to further their careers. By adding more certifications to your portfolio the career paths become even more valuable and diverse.

Here are some of the benefits of pass the APlus exam.

Satisfaction: Passing A+ certification test is great morale booster. New employers will take you seriously and your current employer will take notice.
More Career Options: The possibilities for advancement are almost endless once you begin your career in the IT industry with the CompTIA A+ Certification. These include Help Desk Technician, PC Technician, Field Service Technician, Manufacturing etc
Higher Salary: On average, certified professionals make 5-15% than their non certified peers.

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