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Hello everyone and thank you so very much for taking a moment to read my post! :) I have just registered my account and am so excited to get the Ball Rolling. Please let me know via private message or on here openly if there is anything that I am missing or need to do in order to be set up properly with these forums.

Let me cut right to the chase, I want to learn about computers and get a job relating to the computer field. I am currently in my early/mid 20's and have never really been into technology. I do not understand it very well nor do I seem to "click" with computers or phones or any other stuff like that. My current job is related to cars, and although I am paid to talk and explain things to people, I do not actually sell the vehicles.

I am going to be up front here, I would like to begin getting certified through CompTIA to get some certifications under my belt in order to get into the cyber security and computer science field down the road. Although my strength is in reading people and talking face to face with others, I know that I can "wire" myself to get into the field. It has always been difficult for me to "click" with technology but I know I can do it if I put my mind to it. I think computers and technology is cool. I want to learn how to build my own personal computer someday and learn how to connect everything to each other.

What should I use to study for the A+ certification? I am reading different guides and sources online and am a bit confused. Are there multiple exams, such as 901 and 902 for this certification? Different versions? My goal is to get certified in first A+ and land that first entry level tech job. What do you all recommend I use to study? I am fine buying any guides or watching any videos. Although I am new to computers I am very excited to learn about both the hardware and software and what makes computers and machines tick. Just let me know what you think I should do in order to get the ball rolling on preparing properly for A+ and what needs to be done in order to not just pass it but ACE it in the near future! :)

Thank you all again so very much and please do not hesitate to provide feedback and let me know! I am extremely open minded and am not worried about any "blunt" information or what you all think or feel. Please be honest with me and I will be 100% up front with everyone here.

Love you all! :)

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