Course Helps Students Pass A+ Certification

The Interactive Test Preparation Course for A+ Certification is designed to transition high school, vocational-technical and college students from the classroom to the work place by helping them successfully achieve A+ Certification. The A+ Certification is widely accepted as the "journeyman's" card for computer service technicians, and many companies now require it of their technicians. The Test Preparation Course tests students' skills against 15 timed, computerized tests with A+ Certification exam's format and content. Tests include drawing-type problems, "almost correct" answers, "select all that apply" options and multiple-choice questions like those on the actual exams. Question weighting is similar to actual A+ Certification Exams to show which subjects get the most emphasis and how students should prioritize their study time. The package includes software, nine-volume resource library and study guide. Heathkit Educational Systems, Benton Harbor, MI, (800) 253-0570.

This article originally appeared in the 12/01/1995 issue of THE Journal.

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