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Old 06-15-2009, 01:10 AM   #1
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Study material and exam engine required for redhat RHS333 exam

Hi friends,
i m going to giving the redhat rhs333 exam, so that i need preparation guidance, exam engine and braindumps for practise. if anybody can tell me from where i can get preparation material, plz reply to me as soon as possible.
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What do you mean by "exam engine" and "braindumps"?
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He means practice papers/simulation cds I guess. For MCSE we have braindumps and as I have heard most questions come from these kinda guides.


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