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☑ Take and pass the CompTIA A+ Certification Core 1 (220-1001) exam
Welcome to the TOTAL: CompTIA A+ Certification (220-1001) Practice Tests. from Mike Meyers and Total Seminars.
Are you ready to pass the CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1001) exam? Find out by testing yourself with this new offering on Udemy. Each of the 3 FULL practice tests in this set provide an entire exam’s worth of questions, enabling you to confirm your mastery of the topics and providing you with the confidence you’ll need to take your CompTIA A+ Certification Core 1 (220-1001) exam.
The tests in this set are timed, so you’ll know when you’re taking more time than the official test allows, and at the end of the test you’ll receive a personal breakdown of the questions you answered correctly and incorrectly to improve your knowledge and make you more prepared to pass the actual CompTIA exam.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS ARE SAYING:
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★★★★★ “These practice tests are great practice for the exam! And you can keep taking them as many times as you want!” – Rebecca M.
★★★★★ “Awesome course, stellar explanations after missing questions and the ability to go back over what you've done and see clear improvement makes the process feel rewarding!” – Thomas V.
★★★★★ “I just took the Core 1 exam and passed. I think that these questions correlate very well with the exam…Mike does a great job in the videos as well. Money well spent!!!!” – Craig F.
★★★★★ “It is a great match. It gives me the ability to see exactly what I need improvement on and the ability see the explanation of what it is that I got wrong.” – Ryan R.
In this practice test set, we’ll cover all the topics included in A+ 2019 Core 1 exam objectives. The practice test questions are weighted like the exam.
Exam Domain 1.0 Mobile Devices - 14%
Laptop hardware components
Mobile device types (tables, smart phones, VR headsets, etc)
Set up mobile devices (syncing and networking)
Exam Domain 2.0 Networking - 20%
Networking hardware devices (routers, switches, firewalls, etc)
Configure a basic SOHO network (wireless access points, IP addressing, IoT devices, etc)
Networking configuration concepts (IPv4 vs. IPv6, DNS, VPNs, etc)
Internet connections and network types (cable, DSL, Fiber, LANs, etc)
Exam Domain 3.0 Hardware - 27%
Cables and connectors (USB, Ethernet, HDMI, Lightning, Thunderbolt, etc)
Motherboards, CPUs, power supplies, RAM, hard drives and SSDs
Peripherals (printers, monitors, keyboards, microphones, etc)
Given a scenario, exploit local host vulnerabilities
Summarize physical security attacks related to facilities
Given a scenario, perform post-exploitation techniques
Exam Domain 4.0 Virtualization and Cloud Computing - 12%
Cloud computing (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, elasticity, on-demand cloud services, cloud file storage, etc)
Client-side virtualization (virtual machines, emulators, hypervisors)
Exam Domain 5.0 Hardware and Network Troubleshooting - 27%
Resolve problems with best practices and industry standards
Troubleshoot RAM, motherboards, CPUs, power supplies, hard drives, display issues
Troubleshoot mobile device issues, printers, wired/wireless networks
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3 FULL practice tests, 270 questions total
- More practice for studying
90-question, 85-minute exam, 4-hour time limit to take the exam, passing grade of 85%, domains weighted like the exam
- Practice like the real A+ Core 1 exam
Wrong answers linked to the domain they came from
- Targeted studying, don't waste time studying for topics you already know
Pause or stop the exam whenever you like
- Practice on your own time, at your own pace
Detailed explanation of answer
- Better understanding of the content, also understand why the wrong answers are incorrect
- Udemy's courses all have lifetime access, so use this practice test to brush up on your CompTIA A+ skills whenever you like
Make sure you are ready to pass the CompTIA A+ Certification Core 1 (220-1001) exam by using these practice tests, written to mimic the kinds of questions you will see on the CompTIA exams.
Half the explanations didn't serve any purpose to better your understanding. "The reason X is correct is because it is. All the other answers are not." The answers to questions seem inconsistent. One of the explanations suggests you should restart your phone if your having trouble retrieving emails. But if your touchscreen isn't working, you shouldn't restart your device first you should update the drivers. Why would restarting fix a 3rd party application like email but not fix the actual hardware of the device?? Wording of questions and answers themselves are usually vague. I had some issues with the website itself such as while taking the course I would receive a bunch of "Unable to save answer to this question" messages pop up. I went back through and made sure I answered every question, but the results screen said I skipped some. Even in the review questions portion after finishing the test it shows all the questions were answered. Not sure how this affected my score but either way the course didn't seem to be working as intended.
este examen esta muy bien formulado, me siento bien preparado las preguntas son muy precisas y reales.
The practice tests ask questions that Mike Myers doesn't go over in either his videos or book. Also it would be helpful if I could copy the test to send to my tutor to go over.
Some of the questions have acronyms and are misleading if the user does not know the acronym. Also one of the questions said that my answer would help if it was suspected as a software issue. The question did not state that it was or was not a software issue. It technically was a right answer but I got it wrong. Remove multiple right answers from questions if it is more right vs right.
I just think the teacher, Mike, is really good at making the information presented understandable. It's also easy to listen to somebody who clearly loves what they do. Thanks for the help and info Mike!
I can't say whether this course has helped me pass the test as I haven't taken it yet, but it is very nice to at least have an idea of the types of questions to expect! This has also helped to verify what areas of Mike's video course I need to go back and re-watch to make sure I understand it fully. So all in all it is very helpful.
This was great practice and identified areas for review however, there are questions here and there that were not covered in the course. I am disappointed that the course may not cover everything needed to pass the exam.
There are MULTIPLE questions that are simply incorrect. I'm here to study for an exam, not troubleshoot a practice test that's supposed to be premium quality. It's as if whoever wrote this questions didn't proof-read or check their own work.
Not exactly sure the formatting of the questions is very similar to the actual exam. Check out Jason Dion's exams too. These give a good baseline experience.
Questions were very personalized/informal, using passive and non-technical terms. No simulations included. Compared to other tutors, the questions could be better structured with simulations.
A great set of practice exams for the CompTIA A+ 1001! I highly recommend these be taken before taking the official exam.
average level review. When I did the actual test, it was harder than expected. Mostly because the questions on this practice test were a little outdated.
I contacted Total Seminars, the instructor of CompTIA A+ 2019 Core 1 (220-1001) Practice Tests regarding scoring discrepancies in a test I took. Total Seminars response was that they "have no information on the functioning of the testing platform - that is run by Udemy. Best course of action is to contact Udemy support." When I contacted Udemy Support, they said no, the course content is controlled by Total Seminars. Here's what happened: I took a test where I got 82%, or 72/90 questions correct. However, when I reviewed the test, under "incorrect answers" I had no questions wrong, and under "skipped questions," I had skipped two questions. What happened to the other 10 questions? I'd appreciate correct feedback on my tests because that's the only way I'll know which areas to improve in.
Just passed the exam, these practice tests (and the video course) are great and really helped me being prepared.
Troubleshooting questions seems to be very picky, usually multiple answers could solve the question. Also a number of questions aren't covered in the videos.