Which certification is the best for me: A+ or Network+?

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I am looking to start my career in IT field and I'm looking to opt for CompTIA Certification. But I'm confused about which examination. Should I opt for? A+ or Network+? Please help.
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  • PierreAskmo
    I believe you need a lot of hard work then, specially in typing IT correctly!

    If you are a fresher, then you can opt for A+ rather than network+ as it will be great for you to have a basic understanding of IT profession. You can register for CompTIA Examination here.

    If you need any practice material, you can refer to CertBlaster's A+ 220-801 practice tests.
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  • Harisheldon
    If you are just starting out, then I would suggest A+ and a staring point.  From there, you can go for the Network+ for knowledge in basic networking.  The next one I would suggest is Security+.  A lot of companies, especially if they work with the military.  This is a mandatory certification that must be kept up to date for any type of employment dealing with the government.
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  • ToddN2000
    Start with A+. Then see how well you like the material. Depending on your ultimate career goals there may be a better path for you.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Basically A+ is related to hardware part while N+ is for some hardware & software networking also. Better go for N+.
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