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I am looking to taking the CompTIA A+ exam and I was wondering if anyone had a good book to recommend? What are some good ones?

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Hi, I am currently studying for the A+ as well and I find anything written by Scott Mueller very handy. He has a book called 'Upgrading and Repairing PCs- A+ Certification Study Guide'
I think this is the best book for seeing you through the A+. Go onto Amazon.com, you may pick up a used copy, that is what I did and the book and cover cd were in top condition, all for £15.
He has numerous other books which are handy to see you along.
The book is published by QUE. Do a search on the net for Scott Mueller, it will give you an idea of what he does.
Hope this helps and good luck with your A+. I have always wondered how many people study to get this qualification and how handy it is out there in the tech world. Never see anybody talk about it on this site. Think I will post to see what kind of response I would get. Do you think I should do it on this Hardware thread?
 
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i am also studying for A+ cert as well. The book i'm using is the All in One by Mike Meyers. I bought it at bookpool This is the cheapest place I've found to buy tech books. You can also purchase vouchers for the exam at total seminar instead of the outrageous $145 for each test.
 
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