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A+ Exams tomorrow!  Advice?  Suggestions?

Posted on 2007-03-23
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I'm taking my A+ tomorrow (woo hooo!).  I'm fairly confident, but still have some issues with some of the historical stuff and internal hardware (connectors, etc...I'm mainly an OS type of guy).  Besides studying as much as I can tonight and in the morning, what advice/observations/memories/"don't worry, it's not that bad"/break-a-legs can you give me for the tests tomorrow (601 and 602 A+)?

Thanks!
Kevin
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Do practice tests.  Thats what I did and breezed through then actual test.
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It's too late to catch on with studies now. Go to bed and sleep it out. Relax. Think of everything else, but not the exams.
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Thanks guys!  I passed :) 810 and 815 scores.

Kevin
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