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#1 infected mqan

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Posted 15 July 2011 - 09:20 AM

Hello BCers,
I really want to work in IT. I'm interested in all fields, I know there are a lot to choose from(interested particularly in the highest paying). I was just wondering what type of CERTS would be best to obtain. I don't have much money so choosing my class and school will be difficult and crucial.

I have read a few IT job requirements and A+ seems to be a big requirement for most people. I was wondering if there were anything you guys would recommend. Maybe even something I can try learning online to help me before class. But certifications seem to be really big, so I guess I need one.

My questions are?:
What certs should I obtain?
Should I goto the local community college?, or a tech school like ITT Tech?

Any information will truly be appreciated.

edit: I just bought a book- mike meyers a+ certification all-in-one exam guide seventh edition
so I guess i'm gonna try to learn by that and working on my old rigs. Would save me a great deal compared to doing a class, but we'll see how this goes.I'm going for A+ cert to get my foot in the door. If anyone has any recommendations for books on a+, or is familiar with the book I bought; I would love to hear what you have to say, and will be sure to take note

Regards,
Mitch

Edited by infected mqan, 15 July 2011 - 11:23 PM.


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