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Old 07-10-2012, 02:46 AM   #1
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Regarding the training Institute


Hi Everyone ,

I am planning to take RHEL 6 exam...Im ok with all the topics.
One of my friend was telling that we need to take one week training before exam...which includes exam pattern ,lab Environment.So can anyone tell me the institute for exam training in Bangalore.
I know LLC ( Linux Learning Center,they don't train for exam ....they give overall training.

If any know other institutes...please help me out.
I need to complete my certification by this month ending.

Thanks in Advance
 
Old 07-10-2012, 07:38 AM   #2
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Need redhat training partner institutes in Bangalore....
 
Old 07-10-2012, 10:12 AM   #3
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Need redhat training partner institutes in Bangalore....
Don't bump your own thread after a few hours, expecting folks to hurry up and answer you. If you need to take an RHCE, then go to Red Hat's website, and look one up. Try Google...putting in "Red Hat training locations bangalore" pulls up lots.
 
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Those boot camp schools are pretty good. If you fail after attending a good course then you might need a new line of work.

There is a difference between the week long school and a normal longer school. The week long is only designed to hammer into your head the answers to common questions. You don't even have to know the stuff, just remember the answers.

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Those boot camp schools are pretty good. If you fail after attending a good course then you might need a new line of work.

There is a difference between the week long school and a normal longer school. The week long is only designed to hammer into your head the answers to common questions. You don't even have to know the stuff, just remember the answers.
And in my experience, those folks then go get 'certified', and can't figure out which side of the keyboard to use when they're hired.
 
  


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