Mastering the CompTIA A+
- Complete Audio Guide
- Narrated by: Todd Schick
- Length: 3 hrs and 26 mins
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-04-08
- Language: English
- Publisher: PrepLogic, LLC
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By Philip on 11-11-15
Audible needs a new CompTia A+ book
What was most disappointing about Christopher Parker’s story?
It is old and out of date.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment. The A+ certification is huge, and to only have one lame and out of date option in all of Audible is, again, a disappointment.
Any additional comments?
Find better Comptia books and get them into the Audible library!
12 of 12 people found this review helpful
By Leo on 03-04-10
Better than Nothing...
Since technology and computer books seem to be rare in audiobook format, it's hard not to be happy that this title is even available in the first place. Unfortunately, it's not going to be even close to enough to get you to pass the test. Please get yourself some physical study materials, and invest in some classes or at least get some hands-on practice time. However, I do think this title will work well as a part of a larger, more rounded study plan for the test--either as a basic refresher course/overview, or as a study tool to help drill certain things into your head. What this book is bad with is not giving you enough cold, hard facts. An audiobook is the perfect format for flash-card style memorization and practice questions. Imagine driving to work while also taking an A+ practice test. You hear a question, are given the possible answers verbally, and are allowed time to think before the correct answer and a detailed explanation follow. Such a tool would be powerful and useful, but this is not it. This book lacks the details and numbers that test-takers often get stumped on. While not perfect, it is the only tool open to you so far on Audible and it's much better than nothing. I just wish publishers would recognize the power of audiobooks, not just as a translation from written text, but as a medium in and of themselves--especially for test preparation. I hope to see more titles like this on Audible, and perhaps even some original offerings designed specifically for a new generation of students and professionals who study not with pens and pads, but with laptops and digital media players.
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By Lee S. Faldo on 03-08-18
old but can be useful.
this book is about 10 Years old and some of the content is out of date but the approach is sound and can be useful as a revision training aid... but not much else.
By Stephen Thomas Westerman on 04-27-16
Not latest version
Doesn't cover latest versions of a+
Looking for 801 and 802 to taw my exam that expired in june