Re: A+ Certification
no, what I mean is that you take the exam now, you get to write on CV's that you're A+ certified forever, there is no need to take another A+ exam in the future.
but as I said and like you agreed with, you can't rest on your laurels, and assume that's it. you'll have to move with the industry to stay with your hand in...
basically if you don't continue to study you'll turn up to interview saying I'm a+ certified but not be able to answer any technical questions posed...
(which is why you need to stay studying).
if you take your a+ now with the 2006 syllabus then you;ll be a+ certified, if you then go on to study the 2009 syllabus you'll know the 2009 syllabus (which is good). if you then take a second a+ exam you'll still be a+ certified, just as you were before you took the exam. (which seems kind of pointless).
you may as well save your £100 and not take the second exam that makes you more more qualified than you were before sitting an exam... (since you've already self studied and got the knowledge, and already have the certification from an earlier exam.
as I said in my first post, I think this is how it works, if anyone else knows better
I didn’t fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian…
Im sick of people saying 'dont waste paper'. If trees wanted to live, they'd all carry guns.
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