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☑ Take and pass the CompTIA A+ Certification Core 2 (220-1002) exam
Welcome to the TOTAL: CompTIA A+ Certification (220-1002) Practice Tests. from Mike Meyers and Total Seminars.
Are you ready to pass the CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1002) 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 2 (220-1002) 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.
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★★★★★ "Great practice test to get a feel of how CompTIA ask questions. A lot of useful questions that directly correlate to the test. Using Meyers' videos and practice test prepared me to score an 820 on the a+ 1002. Highly recommend." - Adam H.
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In this practice test set, we’ll cover all the topics included in A+ 2019 Core 2 exam domains. The practice test questions are weighted just like the exam.
Exam Domain 1.0 Operating Systems - 27%
Operating system types and purposes (Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, Linux, etc)
Exam Domain 2.0 Security - 24%
Physical security (locks, badge readers, guards, etc)
Logical security concepts (Active Directory, antivirus/anti-malware, firewalls, certificates, etc)
Wireless security protocols (WPA, WPA2, RADIUS, etc)
Detect and prevent malware
Social engineering threats, attacks, and vulnerabilities (hackers, phishing, DDoS, brute force, man-in-the-middle, etc)
Secure workstations and mobile devices
Exam Domain 3.0 Software Troubleshooting - 26%
Troubleshoot Microsoft OS, PC security, mobile OS, and application issues
Exam Domain 4.0 Operational Procedures - 23%
Best practices for documentation, change management, disaster prevention and recovery, safety procedures, and more
Different types of licenses and policies
Remote access technologies
Not sure which practice test course to choose on Udemy? Check out our features and benefits:
FEATURES & BENEFITS:
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+ 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 1002 exam by using these practice tests, written to mimic the kinds of questions you will see on the CompTIA exams.
although I didn't do so well on the first practice test, it really points out what is right and why, making it easier for me to retain.
Just as with 220-1001, the questions in this test are often poorly written and deliberately ambiguous. They seem to test one's ability to read the mind of the test-writer as opposed to testing one's knowledge and understanding of the relevant material. Some questions also seem highly outdated (e.g. questions about iOS5 features when iOS 14 has recently been released...).
The course really helps. The questions and the wording are very similar to the exam. It was helpful specially because I retook them many times until I feel secure about the topics!
Mike Meyers is an experienced and superb instructor. He has passed down his knowledge in a comprehensive, easy to understand format. Mike Meyers' CompTIA A+ is the place to start in the journey toward certification. Thanks, Mike!
Passed the exams in 3 months studying. I'm officially a+ certified. I highly recommend studying the courses then take this practice test over and over again until you have passing scores on all three of the practice tests before taking the real exam.
Some questions recycled from previous A+ core 2 exams and weren't updated (some of the answers are no longer in the exam objectives). There are three practice tests and quite a few questions on the third were recycled from the first two..
Full of distractions and off topics. Exam covers stuff Meyers feels you "should" and "ought" to know, so he doesn't stick to exam content.
Practice Test 1 is awful. Very poorly worded questions, questions we were told we would not be asked on the CompTIA exam (paths), and like 1001 practice tests, questions over information that wasn't covered in the videos (which these practice tests are supposedly based on) as well as "correct" answers that directly conflict with what Mike Meyers instructed in the videos. UPDATE: Took Practice Test 2....just as bad. UPDATE: PT 3 ....better but ....meh
Was getting an average of 95% on all 3 practice tests consistently, I thought I was doing good and ready to take the actual exam. I went to take it and maybe 10% of what was in these tests was on the actual exam. You are better off getting the 1002 book and studying directly from there.
It's a good test overall, but Mike needs to swallow his pride and stop teaching what's not on the exam and then testing you on it. The whole point is passing the exam. One example, he'll say in the videos that CompTIA won't test you on how to get to an applet, but there's a question on getting to Device Manager. There's a question about the rd command, which isn't listed on CompTIA's Core 2 objectives for Windows command line. There were others too. Still, this is the best.
Not done very well. Some questions appear on one or more of the tests and have different correct answers. The third test wouldnt even give me a score. It says I didn't answer any of the question. However, reviewing the questions I got wrong (even though I I supposidly didn't take it ) I started to recognize questions and the answers were wrong compared to Kaplan's tests and their own tests. Some of the questions are worded very similar to Kaplan except they have the wrong answers. Not very helpful. Hes entertaining in his videos but his practice tests are a waste of money. I sit for the second part of this exam tomorrow and I used this as part of my studying so I'm sure Ill get a couple wrong because this. Inexcusable. Don't buy these practice tests from them! ..
It has worked pretty good, although I took the 220-1001 a few days ago after studying through CompTIA, and some question on the actual test dealt with actual commands on a prompt. This type of question was not on any quiz that I took on CompTIA's 220-1001 practice exams.
Very helpful both for learning the information and for getting accustomed to the actual tests and the language used in the questions. Occasionally there are questions specifically dealing with information not included in the 220-1002 objectives, such as the scanner troubleshooting question, which clearly falls under the 220-1001 material.
The questions definitely correlate to the Comptia exams. My only complaint is the spelling/ grammar on some of the questions. I feel it takes away from the seriousness of the exam, along with users not taking the material seriously. Overall, I enjoy the exams, I just suggest doing a check for any grammar or spelling errors.
Misleading, many answers are too similar. A lot of questions don't follow the 220-1002 objectives. Not a very accurate practice test.