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Old 02-14-2008, 03:55 AM   #1
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Question need documents for LPI certification


Hello


I will take the LPI certification so I need to prepare this exam. I prepared with IBM support as well as the LinuxIT documents. I have also the OReilly.LPI.Linux.Certification.in.a.Nutshell book. and now, I need some exam to test myself before taking the exam. if there is a site for test or which makes some exam simulation, I will be thankfull.


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Old 02-14-2008, 04:17 AM   #2
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I'm about to take it myself, so I'll piggyback this post
 
Old 02-15-2008, 10:21 AM   #3
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Sanctioned Books only

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Hello


I will take the LPI certification so I need to prepare this exam. I prepared with IBM support as well as the LinuxIT documents. I have also the OReilly.LPI.Linux.Certification.in.a.Nutshell book. and now, I need some exam to test myself before taking the exam. if there is a site for test or which makes some exam simulation, I will be thankfull.


thanks
Actually, you are not supposed to use exam sites. You can use sanctioned texts -- I recommend using more than one -- and/or prep classes. They're maybe other stuff; I'd get in contact with lpi.org.
 
Old 02-19-2008, 07:22 AM   #4
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Actually, you are not supposed to use exam sites. You can use sanctioned texts -- I recommend using more than one -- and/or prep classes. They're maybe other stuff; I'd get in contact with lpi.org.
You can use exam sites. In fact the LPI link to two themselves:
Practice Questions on LPI

What is not allowed are "Brain Dump" sites, which use actual questions taken from the real tests. Sites using their own questions which are not taken from the test are OK. This is explained in the terms and conditions when taking the LPI exam.

I have my own site www.penguintutor.com, which includes practice tests in the Certification section (for LPI tests click on practice exams under the main menu)

Good luck with your certification.
 
  


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