Sockets, pins, and connectors

Tricon7Tricon7 Inactive Imported Users Posts: 238
Can someone give me the most probable information I'll need to know about sockets, pins, and connectors? I've studied them some, but they're my weak point, and my test is tomorrow, so the pertinent info would be the best. Thanks.

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  • sthomassthomas Member Posts: 1,240 ■■■□□□□□□□
    You can download the Objectives for the CompTIA A+ exams at http://certification.comptia.org/resources/objectives.aspx

    That will give you a list of what you need to know for the A+ exams.
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  • Tricon7Tricon7 Inactive Imported Users Posts: 238
    sthomas wrote:
    You can download the Objectives for the CompTIA A+ exams at http://certification.comptia.org/resources/objectives.aspx

    That will give you a list of what you need to know for the A+ exams.

    Yes, I have this list. I just wanted to see if someone who has taken the test came give me some essentials that I can go over today without me having to learn the entire list in 24-hrs. Surely there are some that are more common/important than others? Y'know, the most likely ones to appear on the test regarding sockets, pins, and connectors. Thanks.
  • kujayhawk93kujayhawk93 Member Posts: 355
    Tricon7 wrote:
    Surely there are some that are more common/important than others? Y'know, the most likely ones to appear on the test regarding sockets, pins, and connectors. Thanks.
    Anything listed in the official objectives is fair game, and everyone's test is different, so focusing your studying on what other people got on their tests is a very dangerous game to play. It's not the answer you're looking for, but your best bet is to make sure you know everything covered in the objectives.
  • PlantwizPlantwiz Alligator wrestler Mod Posts: 5,057 Mod
    Tricon7 wrote:
    sthomas wrote:
    You can download the Objectives for the CompTIA A+ exams at http://certification.comptia.org/resources/objectives.aspx

    That will give you a list of what you need to know for the A+ exams.

    Yes, I have this list. I just wanted to see if someone who has taken the test came give me some essentials that I can go over today without me having to learn the entire list in 24-hrs. Surely there are some that are more common/important than others? Y'know, the most likely ones to appear on the test regarding sockets, pins, and connectors. Thanks.


    Those are the essentials.

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