I just purchased Mike Meyer's 901/902 video courses on Udemy. Should I purchase his book as well?
I think I read that the videos are meant to be watched while simultaneously reading his all-in-one book but I'm looking for confirmation. What's recommended?
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Meyers is somewhat of the A+ guru though. He's been writing A+ books for years and most people do select to use his books.
Just try to have as many varied resources as possible as there are gaps in every form but when all combined together you will have a more complete picture of the information.
Professor Messer has some really good vids for A+ on YouTube. I suggest you check them out.
Again ... varied resources are the key.
Also, I would get his book, but always try to have 2 recommanded sources. So find another book, so 2 books + video + a nice practice test. You will be OK.
Sounds good. Take a look at Professor Messer's Course Notes (on his site) also. They are golden.
He also has live study groups on the first Tue & Thu of every month for A+ ... which are invaluable for newbies, in my opinion.