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Re: Redhat exam



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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