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Total Seminars Announce New A+ Certification Practice Test Materials

IT Professionals Benefit From Enhanced Study Solutions

HOUSTON, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Whether applying for a new position or trying to climb the corporate ladder, today's information technology professionals often must prove their knowledge and expertise in different areas. Unlike in other fields, having years of experience in the field is simply not enough for some information technology positions. One of the best steps that individuals can take to prove their proficiency in certain key areas is to earn a certification. The A+ certification is among the most basic certifications that IT professionals can earn, and it is often viewed as a stepping stone certification for more advanced certifications. While basic, it can be challenging to pass. Total Seminars offers complete studying solutions for its valued clients. Recently, it has announced new practice test materials for those studying for the A+ certification.

The A+ certification exam is revised periodically in order to ensure that the curriculum is current. The information technology field is constantly changing, and the exam must change along with the field. Studying older practice exams can be pointless because much of the content in those exams may be outdated. Total Seminars strives to provide its clients with the most updated and current study materials available, and to accomplish this, it regularly revises its practice tests as the A+ exam is revised. The new practice test materials available through Total Seminars are designed to simulate an actual testing experience. The materials include 100 questions, and they do not include hints or studying references. In addition, there is a 90-minute time limit for the test to mimic the real-life testing experience. Because the results are graded by topic, this provides students with the improved ability to learn from their practice tests.

In addition to the practice exams available for the A+ certification exam, there are other testing materials available for students to use. For example, books and videos are available for students to use for studying purposes, and these are also updated with current information. Total Seminars also provides students with study materials for many other types of IT certification exams. Some of these include Network+, Security+ and others. Altogether, Total Seminars is a turnkey service provider that IT professionals can use for all of their IT exam studying needs. 

Finding the right studying materials to use when preparing to take an IT exam is important. While there are many companies that offer testing materials, Total Seminars is known for providing a wide range of materials and for revising and updating the materials based on the latest exam questions and content. 

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Total Seminars is a reputable resource that information technology professionals turn to when preparing for IT certification exams. It offers a wide range of current, updated study materials for various types of IT exams. Those interested in learning more about the materials available or who would like to place an order can contact the company by phone at (281) 922-4166.

Media Contact: Dudley Lehmer, Total Seminars, (281) 922-4166, [email protected]

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