A plus 220-1001 PDF exam objectives
A+ 220-1001 Downloadable PDF of exam objectives
Click below link to download the official CompTIA Exam-Objectives for the new A+ Core 1 Exam 220-1001.
All test preparation efforts should always start with a robust review of the official exam objectives. Review these in great detail as they define the universe of knowledge that CompTIA can ask questions about on the A+ exam.
You can, to great benefit, use this PDF document in conjunction with the CertBlaster A+ exam simulator for A+ Exam 220-1001. That is because the custom Personal testing Plan that CertBlaster generates after an exam simulation lists your weaker areas by CompTIA A+ Sub-objectives and they are listed in the same way as in the PDF of the A+ exam objectives.
The A+ 220-1001 has five Main Domains
These are the main exam objectives for A+ Core 1 exam 220-1001 and, as you can see, they are pretty heavily slanted towards hardware and networking.
1.0 Mobile Devices
4.0 Virtualization and Cloud Computing
5.0 Hardware and Network Troubleshooting
About A+ certification
A+ is the most popular
A+ Certification is the most popular IT certification in the world with over two million having attained this credential. A great part of its success is due to the fact that it: 1) is an entry-level certification, and 2) is a vendor-neutral certification i.e. it doesn’t certify your abilities on a given brand of gear but rather on the IT support profession.
A candidate needs to pass two exams in order to obtain the CompTIA A+ credential. The first exam is CompTIA A+ Core 1 Exam number 220-1001. The CompTIA A+ 220-1001 exam tests you for the competencies typically expected of an entry-level IT professional with at least 12 months of hands-on experience in the lab or the field. If you don’t have 12 months experience on the job, CompTIA states that the equivalent knowledge acquired through training will be sufficient.
The A+ Core 1 exam 220-1001 will be launched in early 2019 January or February. The exam retirement date being three years plus the six months “grace period”, the retirement date will be around July 2022.
Below is an example of a performance-based question that addresses A+ exam objective 1.9 in A+ 220-901 and exam objective 3.8 in 220-1001.