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Re: Redhat exam



If you will get inrolled with one of the institute, which is providing
training, that will be better. After that you need to do more
practices on the labs provided in the original material from redhat.



On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 11:19 PM, Rob DeSanno <rdesanno gmail com> wrote:
> These are all really good suggestions. I used the book by Jeung and it was
> spot on for me. Something that you will rarely hear is to be mindful of your
> time. I didn't budget my time correctly and wound up running out, getting
> only my RHCT.
>
>
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 12:57 PM, Tim Van Dyne <Tim VanDyne valleyair org>wrote:
>
>> >I want to take the exams of redhat.. I?m starting now..
>> >What advices I can get from you list?
>>
>> http://rhce-linux.net/
>>
>> The exams are practicals.  The best way to "study" is to simply know how
>> to do everything in that book.  It's really not that much if you
>> actually use some redhat derivitive distro in the first place.  You will
>> not get questions like a Microsoft/etc. exam that will allow you to
>> multiple-guess or decipher an unknown answer from other questions
>> etc.... You just have to be able to actually perform the work.  Any
>> practice labs you find are perfect, do them over and over. The book
>> "CentOS bible" is another wonderful resource for studying for the exam,
>> although I discovered this after doing RHCE.
>>
>> There are no "secrets" to passing the exam or any special study method.
>> Just know how to setup system services & do basic troubleshooting.
>> Understanding how all the conf files work is a huge helper.
>>
>> When I took the exam, one of the other testers messed up his
>> partitioning accidently with about 45 minutes left in the exam.  He knew
>> his stuff and could have passed and called it easy.  But that mistake
>> forced him to have to reload his system & start over. So if the GUI
>> tools for drive volume management are available to you then definitely
>> use those to make what you're doing visually clear...unless you're
>> already a pro at that anyway.
>>
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