If you want to take the A+ Certification exam then you will most certainly want to familiarize yourself with the material covered on the exam by taking multiple versions of the A+ practice test. If you are already familiar with the material covered on the exam, the practice test will help to make you comfortable with the way in which the questions will be asked on the actual exam. If you are not familiar or perhaps only somewhat familiar with the material covered by the exam then the A+ practice test will help to bring your attention to areas where you need to focus your studies.
All standardized tests are similar in the way they are designed. Becoming comfortable with the format of the test will give you an insight into the “rhythm” of the test. You will get a sense of the pattern in which the questions are asked. You will also get a feel for the length of the test and how fast you need to pace yourself to complete the questions in the allotted time. You will then develop your own unique strategies to take the test more efficiently. For example, many people choose to skip over questions they do not know the answer to and then come back to them after they have completed the rest of the questions. I have found this strategy will allow my mind to access information that lies below the surface but takes a little more time to access. If this strategy works for you, then so much the better. If not, that is fine as well. The important thing is that you become familiar with how the test works and develop a sense for how you can take the exam most effectively. The more practice tests you take the more familiar you will become with the full range of questions that can be asked on the test. Moreover, the more versions of the A+ practice test you take the more you will solidify the approach to taking the exam that will work best for you.