A plus Practice Test

A+ Practice Test

CertBlaster Free A plus Practice Test

First are our free A+ sample questions. These are all multiple choice questions, for a demo of the Performance Based Questions scroll further down. For the 25 MCQ sample questions that make up our free a plus practice test, just click the green button below.

For A+ 220-1101 & 220-1102

CertBlaster Premium Exam Simulators

We offer three alternatives to cover all your A+ preparation needs. First is the A+ Certification Bundle of A+ practice test suite for exams 220-1001 & 220-1002 aka Core 1 and Core 2. The second and third are the A+ 220-1001 and 220-1002 exams separately.

 

Click here for more info about our Test Prep Bundle for A+ Exams 220-1001 & 220-1002

The CertBlaster A+ Exam Simulator

Our A+ Exam Simulators offer 500+ questions each for the A+ stand-alone products and over 1,100 questions for the A+ bundle that includes both exams. All of them offer both exam simulations and focus practice drills. All our practice tests include all the performance-based question types you will encounter at the actual A+ exam. CertBlaster is the first to release the A+ test simulations for the new 220-1001 Core 1 and 220-1002 Core 2 exams.

Example of an A+ Performance Based Question

Button to click for a walkthrough of a performance based question

Our Additional A+ Learning Resources

On our A+ Learning Resources page, you will find more information about these exams as well as exam notes, exam objectives, and sample practice tests for CompTIA A+ and other exams.

For a free online A+ study guide, click here. This study guide breaks up the content by the CompTIA A+ exam objectives document. This means that the A+ exam main- and sub-objectives are the table of content which, 1) makes it easy for you to search content per the objectives, and 2) ensures all the objectives are covered.

For the A+ exam objectives, click here. These are the official exam objectives by CompTIA for exams A+ 220-1001 and A+ 220-1002,

As a side note, we are currently working on the next A+ version, A+ Exam 220-1101 & A+ Exam 1102. The links will take you to a comparison of the upcoming vs the current A+ exams 1001 & 1002.

About the CompTIA A+ Certification
The CompTIA A+ certification ensures that certified individual possesses the current foundation-level technology knowledge and skills required of today’s computer Support Professionals. The A Plus credential is the starting point for a career in IT. A+ is an international and vendor-neutral certification that is accredited by the International Organization for Standards (ISO) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The International Organization for Standards – ISO accreditation that CompTIA possesses is the ISO 9001 which ensures CompTIA has in place the processes and methods to ensure to quality of its certification tracks. The CompTIA A+ certification proves the Support Technician’s competence in and ability to perform essential IT tasks such as configuration, installation, diagnosing, and preventative maintenance. Additionally A Plus certifies the basic networking and security knowledge necessary to perform in today’s interconnected world. CompTIA’s A+ also confirms the Support Professional’s understanding of customer service and the communication skills necessary to succeed when working directly with clients.

The A+ certification will benefit any individuals looking for employment in the IT field in positions such as Technical Support Specialist, Help Desk Specialist, Field Service Technician, IT Help Desk Technician, IT support administrator, and IT Help Desk Specialist. Corporations such as HP, Microsoft, and Cisco have integrated CompTIA A+ as part of their certification tracks. Other technology companies, including Intel, Dell, Ricoh, the Geek Squad, and Lenovo have made CompTIA A+ certification mandatory for their service technicians. The U.S. Department of Defense, through its directive number 8570, recognizes CompTIA A+ as a core competency. Additionally, the Department of Homeland Security requires A+ (plus) as part of their computer forensics program.

About the CertBlaster A+ Exam Simulators

The CertBlaster A+ Exam Simulators aim at replicating the experience that you will be facing at the CompTIA A+ Exam. All our practice tests include the five CompTIA A+ Exam question types:

  • Multiple choice – single answer
  • Multiple choice – multiple answers
  • Exhibit based questions
  • Drag and Drop
  • Performance Based Questions (PBQs) – Perform a task in a simulator

The CertBlaster test engine features all five of these question types. The A plus practice test software also includes all the navigation items you’ll see at the Pearson VUE testing center. These include “mark for later”, a reminder of any skipped questions before being graded, a timer set at the exam time, etc.

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