New Transcender practice tests released for CompTIA’s A+ 2009 track

November 13, 2009 at 10:23 am | Posted in CompTIA | 4 Comments
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As of today we’ve released two new practice exams for the CompTIA A+ certification:

These two exams are replacing the multi-track A+ certification, which combined 220-601 (CompCert: A+ Essentials 2006 Edition) with any of the following three exams: 220-602 (A+ IT Technician), 220-603 (A+ Remote Support Technician), or 220-604 (A+ Depot Technician). CompTIA states that the English-language version of these four exams will retire in the U.S., Canada, and South Africa on February 28, 2010, and will retire in the U.K., Australia, and New Zealand on August 31, 2010. Other languages and markets for these exams will also expire on August 31, 2010.

If you’re in the middle of your A+ certification and aren’t sure which exam to take next, feel free to contact us and we can talk it over with you, and help determine the best exam for your situation. CompTIA certifications do not expire, but the 2009 version might be a better fit for your particular career path.

As always, you can check CompTIA’s web site directly: http://www.comptia.org/certifications/listed/a.aspx

All of these exams are covered by our new discount exam voucher bundle offer.

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  1. I was told in 2009, that my 2009 Network+ certification is life-long.
    If you have comptia certifications say Network+ and A+, you need re-do the highest certification(in this case Network+) to keep up the other lower certifications active and upto date.

    what if i have network+ certification, do i still need to write A+ every three years to keep up my certification?

    COMP001020085214

    • Abul, we suggest you ask CompTIA directly: http://certification.comptia.org/getCertified/stayCertified.aspx. Thanks for reading!

    • You shouldn’t have to re-up your A+ to keep your Network+ valid if you have a lifelong Network+ certification. However, you may need to perform CEU (continuing education unit) activities for your A+. Again, the best place to find this information is directly from CompTIA, as we do not set their policies. Good luck!

      • Dear Transcender Team

        Many thanks.


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