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Comptia A+ Study Guide

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Ok this is hardware so I figure this is a good spot to post this. Now most of you that are techs on here and probably got your A+ and some have gone thru Comptia's study guide. So here's my quick question: Is Comptia's study guides like going to school. I mean really -- 1300 pages I would assume. Thanx

I really wanna know because of student loans I can't go back to school and I'm in an online school now for knowledge to pass the exam, but it seems there is much greater material in this one book. But I just don't want to pass the exam, I want to actually be a technician. Can this book do that?? I'm already familiar with computers, but I'm not a professional. Will this book help accomplish that? I know an expert level will be once I get in the field. But I'm not trying just to get my feet wet here. I wanna eat this book! But will it help me grow? I was thinking of the 2009 deluxe edition with the CD and Windows 7 literature.
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