[Novalug] CentOS 6
jerrywone at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 09:11:49 EST 2012
an exam for FLOSS takes an NDA???
and a test is selling a class?
On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 9:06 AM, Peter Larsen
<plarsen at famlarsen.homelinux.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2012-02-12 at 14:36 -0500, Dan Lavu wrote:
>> Speaking of the exam, I have my RHCSA and RHCE scheduled for February
>> 24th and this is the first time I'm taking them, any study
>> suggestions? I've gone through all the study material on the website,
>> I can comfortably do 85% of the tasks. Right now I'm just going
>> through and playing around with commands, getting more comfortable
>> with luks, selinux and just stuff I don’t use on a daily basis. Thanks
>> for any advice.
> It looks like you've already gotten good advice here. Again, I can only
> parrot everyone else and say that specifics about the exams are for good
> reasons secret - even though the exam constantly changes so even if
> someone just took it, you may be getting questions about something
> completely different.
> One thing I would mention is that the system is setup to help you manage
> your time. Take advantage of that. Don't waste your time with one issue
> if you can simply move on and if there is time later, go back to the
> problem children. You do not need to have everything done perfectly to
> pass. All of that will be explained before the test begins.
> I've never really read a 3rd party study guide so I don't know if they
> cover the subject correct or not. Read the description of RHCE and given
> your background you should be able to determine what general types of
> tasks will be on the test. If you use Linux (not particularly Red Hat)
> daily things are going to be easier. If you find yourself having to
> write notes a lot, you need more exposure.
> One thing I would point out that you can use to your advantage is that
> "man" is available during the test. Don't sweat if you cannot remember
> the commands 100% - man is always there to help you along ...
> Lastly if you haven't taken the test before at all, I agree with Greg's
> suggestion. Take the class first. What you can do after the class is NOT
> take the test right away, go back and study based on what you learned,
> and then take the test later without additional cost.
> Best Regards
> Peter Larsen
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