Who Trusts CertBlaster?

Who Trusts CertBlaster?

Larger organizations...

Sample of corporations and universities using CertBlaster practice tests

“You’ll recognize the exam format by the time you actually get to an authorized CompTIA testing center, but more than that you’ll be ready to answer the questions.”
Gocertify.com on March 2, 2020.

Individuals and what they say:

“After following a self-study program, using books and other websites, I was unsuccessful in passing my A+220-902 on the first try.  I searched for a better study program and found CertBlaster; it provided exactly what I needed.  CertBlaster’s structure and practice exams improved my confidence in the skills I learned and I passed the exam on my next attempt.  I again utilized CertBlaster for my N10-007 Network+ exam, which I passed on the first attempt. The CertBlaster programs not only aided me in passing my exams; they prepared me to answer and solve real-world issues.  I recommend CertBlaster to anyone in the IT community searching to expand their knowledge.”

Clinton T., passed A+ June 2019 and passed Network+ January 2020

“I just wanted to say thank you to those who put this study help together. I failed the 902 my first time and found this site. After reviewing it for a couple weeks, I scored almost 100 points higher and passed. Thank you all so much!!”

Austin Hanson – passed A+ 220-902 in June 2018

“CertBlaster actually helped me to pass the A+ more than any of the books that said “pass the first time””

Joseph Deskin – passed A+ in April 2017

“Without question, the most challenging aspect of CompTIA exams is the shear amount of material contained within the objectives. It is a daunting task to make sure that every item and sub-item in each domain has been effectively mastered. The three aspects of CertBlaster’s preparation software that helps candidates overcome this challenge are contained within their equally large database of questions, the variety of questions and specificity of each question, along with explanations of correct answers that expand on why the correct answer is the right answer.”

Brian Arrowood – passed Network+ in May 2016

“I passed the 220-901 exam. Thank you to CertBlaster for the study materials. I’m studying now for the 220-902 exam and look forward to continuning to use the CertBlaster 220-901/902 bundle I purchased.”

Justin T., passed A+ 220-901 in April and the A+ 220-902 in June 2016.

“I used CertBlaster’s product to pass the 801-802 last year. CertBlaster’s ability to engage test takers in a manner most closely resembling that of an actual exam environment is what initially drew me to them. Its realism to the actual exam experience is unsurpassable.”

Brian A., January 2016 (Brian successfully passed A+ certification in October 2015).

“I used CertBlaster. it is similar to the real test if you can get 95%-100% on the CertBlaster test, you should be well prepared for the real test.”

Y. Johnson, succeeded at the A+ exam

“The CertBlaster application is a wonderful study tool. I was especially impressed with the detailed test feedback, after completing the exam, which is exactly the information I was hoping for. “

Todd J., December 2015

“I’ve Used CertBlaster products to help hundreds of students through the tests. As an instructor I’ve found the CertBlaster products to be on target. They get updated when the test objectives change and both versions are available throughout the transition. I think these people have their finger on the pulse of the certifications their products address.”

Bob M. A+, Network+, Security+, MCP, September 2015

“I used CertBlaster to pass my A+ certification. I would do exam simulations in assessment mode and then use the study plan I would get at the end of the session for guidance. I would then use the focus drills in study mode and see answers and explanations. By the time I had gone through these steps a few times I felt very confident taking my exams. For me it worked out great. I agree with the reviewer, the simulator questions helped a lot because they can be awkward and having done them in CertBlaster saved me some time on exam day. I am next going to prep for Network+ and I will go back to CertBlaster for that one too.”

Nico G., A+ s

“One big advantage of both Exams and Drills in CertBlaster is that they contain different question types to aid student learning. Besides multiple choice questions, the Exams and Drills sections both contain Drag and Drop questions — this allows students to choose between several different options and their answers — and Simulation questions which ask students to perform a task. These question types (especially the Simulation questions) are an advantage to students because they are the exact type of simulation questions a student would see in CompTIA’s A+ certification exam.” Full review.

GoCertify.com, April 2015

“I think CertBlaster is a great product, and I know my students will find it extremely helpful. I used it when I took A+ and Network+ Certifications years ago, and it was a fantastic help.”

Dr. Gene Frazier, DM/IST, A+, Network+, February, 2015

“I would recommend CertBlaster to anyone regardless of experience in the IT field. The A+ exam covers so much information it’s hard to know everything going into it but having spent hours using CertBlaster I felt very confident taking my exams. The simulations were very well done and informative, having questions and answers with explanations was a great way to study and catch up on new or old material. Customer service was great, very responsive, providing extra materials and helpful.”

Mike M., A+ Mike successfully passed A+ 220-801 in December of 2014 and A+ 220-802 on January 8, 2015.

Sampling of Learning Institutions Using CertBlaster

  • Avonmore Tertiary Institute
  • Becker College
  • Berks Technical Institute
  • Branford Hall Career Institute
  • Butler County Community College
  • Brigham Young University
  • Cape Fear Community College
  • Career Centers of Texas El Paso
  • Central Lakes College
  • Cleary University
  • College of the Sequoias
  • Cuyahoga Community College – Metro Campus
  • Cuyamaca College
  • Davis Applied Technology College
  • East Carolina University
  • Eastern Michigan University
  • Eastern New Mexico University (Roswell)
  • Florida College at Jacksonville
  • Henderson Community College
  • Herkimer County Community College
  • Hodges University Florida
  • John A Logan College
  • Kennett Career and Technology Center
  • Lindsey Wilson College
  • Lorain County Community College
  • Los Angeles Trade Tech College
  • Louisiana Technical College Shelby M. Jackson
  • Lower Columbia College
  • Milwaukee Area Technical College
  • Muskegon Career Center
  • Norfolk State University
  • Oklahoma City Community College
  • Olympic College
  • Pemiscot County Special School District
  • Penn State University – Shenango
  • Potomac State College
  • Rio Grande City CISD
  • Savannah State University
  • Southern Oregon University
  • Techtorium Inc.
  • Tennessee Technology Center at Harriman
  • Texas State Technical College (CNS)
  • Trident Technical College
  • Trinity Western University
  • University of New Mexico Los Alamos Branch
  • Washtenaw Community College
  • Western Kentucky University
  • Western Technical College
  • Wor-Wic Community College

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