Preparing for A+ to pass next time
Just joined. I'm still fuming from not passing the A+ 1001 yesterday (3rd fail in row). For context, I work full-time (2nd shift, weekdays) as IT analyst/CSR hybrid. Studied for this exam fairly on and off for 3 months using Mike Myers' A+ 1001 series book and Udemy videos. Was pretty sure yes, see the term, I'll at least know the one or two likely answers, should be ok.
As you probably guessed, failed. Zero feedback from Pearson as to the A+ exam objectives that need reviewing (when took it prior to last time, got feedback, which didn't use cause idiot at the time). The exam was significantly harder than the CompTIA practice exams.
What resources helped you pass A+, and why? I'm a hands-on learner, can learn somewhat from lectures. Specifically want practice exams or something that 1) always has feedback what exam objectives or materials I need to review and 2) is same difficulty as the actual exam.
At present, I'm looking at Prof. Messor
CompTIA's "powerful A+ certification exam prep" (forum won't let me post links yet)
gratisexam, comptiaexamtest, and crucialexam sites
KISSTHETECH's YouTube channel
Appreciate any assistance. Aiming at between 2-4 chapters' day, but unsure about the burnout part given full-time job.