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Register Books is offering big discounts on a range of A+ Certification titles that cover everything you need to know to pass the CompTIA A+ Certification exams.

This certification delves into the workings and maintenance of the humble PC and its associated peripherals, making for a useful addition to any CV. Taking experience and knowledge from such names as Mike Meyers, a leading name in the area of A+ Certification, these books tell all there is to know about the exams and how to pass them. Yet again, Register Books are offering nearly all of these titles at 40 per cent off*.

  • CompTIA A+ Complete Certification Kit
    This boxed set contains the three books that provide everything you need to prepare for the CompTIA A+ 2006 Certification, including in-depth coverage of all exam objectives, exercises to hone your real world skills, and a concise review for that last minute test preparation.
  • A+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Sixth Edition
    Completely revised and updated for all four new exams, and reviewed and approved by CompTIA, this definitive volume covers everything you need to know to pass the A+ Essentials exam as well as A+ exams 220-602, 220-603, and 220-604.
  • CompTIA A+ Complete Study Guide
    This book has everything you will need to prepare for the required exam, CompTIA A+ Essentials (220-601), as well as your choice of one of the three additional exams focusing on specific job roles: IT Technician (220-602), Remote Support Technician (220-603), or Depot Technician (220-604).
  • Mike Meyers' A+ Certification Passport, Third Edition
    This affordable, portable study tool will get you on the road to becoming A+ certified. Completely updated for the new exams, the book focuses on what you need to know to pass the tests, and the unique travel theme helps you to remember the key concepts. The all-new CD-ROM includes four complete practice exams, a new collection of Mike's favourite shareware and freeware, PC tools and utilities and an electronic book.
  • CompTIA A+ Exam Cram
    The "Exam Cram Method" of study focuses on exactly what is needed to get certified which means this book contains all of the salient information packed within its pages. Chapters map to the A+ exam objectives, exam alerts, practice questions (including two full practice exams) and includes a web-delivered test engine that provides real-time practice and feedback as well as other helpful tools like notes, tips, sidebars, cautions, test-taking strategies and time-saving tips.
  • CompTIA A+ Practice Questions Exam Cram
    This is the book that allows you to practice what you learnt from the CompTIA A+ Exam Cram book above. Packed full with more than 850 questions this is the ideal companion to any A+ Certification guide and will ensure you are as prepared as you can be for any of the exams.
  • Mike Meyers' A+ Guide: PC Technician Lab Manual
    This title features 40-plus lab exercises that challenge you to solve problems based on realistic case studies and step-by-step scenarios that require critical thinking. You also get post-lab observation questions that measure your understanding of your lab results and key quizzes that help build vocabulary.

* Offer correct at time of going to press. Offer covers selected titles only. Terms and Conditions apply. ®

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