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SimulationExams.com Releases Updates for A+ Essentials

SimulationExams.com, a leading practice exams provider, released updated version of its Comptia A+ Essentials and A+ Practical Application practice exams.

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March 11, 2016 (FPRC) -- SimulationExams.com, a leading practice tests provider, revised its A+ 220 901 practice tests ( CompTIA APlus) to reflect latest exam objectives, and incorporating performance based simulation questions.
The new A+ tests consist of hardware and troubleshooting section, and Operating Systems section in the Practical Application part of the exams. The hardware exam is named as A+ Essentials, and the software exam is named as A+ Practical Application exam.

The Aplus practical exam mainly focuses on Windows 7/8.1, Linux, MAC OSX, and Android.

The test engine features the following:

1. An integrated test engine which enables a user to download, install, any available tests,

2. Verify for any available updates, allowing to check for any updates with each from within the exam environment,

3. Download/Install/Uninstall any test module from within the exam environment

4. Ability to provide question feedback on any specific question while taking the test

5. Instant online activation using web-based interface.

In addition to the above, it is now possible to save, and review & retake previously taken tests. With the ability to verify for any revision updates, candidates can download and update any test to the latest version with minimum effort.

The CompTIA a+ practice tests offered by SimulationExams includes 400+ questions with detailed explanations. The question database conforms to the exam objectives and provides the candidate with simulated exam environment similar to that of actual exam.

Other practice tests offered by SimulationExams.com include the following:

a. Network+ Certification
b. CCENT/CCNA Certification
c. PMP Certification,
d. Security+Certification, and others.

The new A+ practice exams includes simulations that offer hands-on training for the candidates.

The test engine is .net compliant, and thoroughly tested in XP,
Vista, and Windows 7/8/10 platforms. High speed file downloads are made available using cloud platform.

The website SimulationExams.com is not associated with Comptia organization. A+, Network+, and Security+ are trademarks of CompTIA orgnaization. All trademarks are the trademarks of their respective owners and duly recognized.

Send an email to Vijay of Anand Software and Training
918026634450

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