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  1. Anonymous
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    relived , A+, N+, and MCSE

    1."If youre studying for the PMP 2002 exam you will be so relieved that Sybex decided to do this book. I have my A+, N+, and MCSE and I used Sybex books to study for all of the exams."
    What does relived mean here? And what is A+, N+, and MCSE?
    Thank you verymuch.

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    Relieved = you wil feel less tension and stress, more relaxed
    MCSE = Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
    A+ & N+ appear to be exams too, but I don't know what area of IT exactly. A+ seems to be gardware.

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    What is A+?

    A+ is a solid certification that employers look for and is the industry standard for entry-level computer technicians. Every business uses computers and skilled technicians are in demand. An A+ certification opens the door to an exciting career in computer technology at an affordable price.

    Having an A+ certification proves that you have a broad base of knowledge and competency in core hardware and operating system technologies including installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and basic networking.

    Source: http://www.comptia.org/certification/a/default.asp

    http://www.examnotes.net/article1041283.html

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    Thanks, Henry.

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