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Old 10-13-2012, 09:02 AM   #1
Bijith Nair
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RHCSA Paper


Can anyone help me to clear RHCSA paper iam not getting time to study for that, i cleared RHCE and not able to give RHCSA due to tight schedule.

If anyone from India can help me please let me know..
 
Old 10-13-2012, 09:21 AM   #2
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Can anyone help me to clear RHCSA paper iam not getting time to study for that, i cleared RHCE and not able to give RHCSA due to tight schedule.
If anyone from India can help me please let me know..
So you are asking someone to write your paper FOR YOU, or to give you the answers so you can cheat? Sorry, but no. This isn't the place to ask for such things...thread reported.

Yet another reason why I think 'certifications' are meaningless.
 
Old 10-13-2012, 12:09 PM   #3
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I think what he's asking for is mock papers, which are basically questions similar to the exam's actual questions... Those questions change all the time, and not everyone in the same exam lab has the same set of questions,... So, it's pretty impossible to "cheat."

It's not really going to help him pass his cert (very much, anyway), as he will have to KNOW what to do to complete the assignments. All it really does is gives him an understanding of the format of the questions and let him know what he has to figure out from that... For instance, it might tell him that he has to have SELinux in enforcing mode... or that user "joe" has to be able to do this or that, but not "sally," and so on...

To Bijith Nair:

Just search for those on the web... And as I said,... they're not really going to help you, because they're just "test dumper" versions of questions, that rotate and change all the time... I guarantee that the actual test you get will be different from any of those... There's no substitute for practice and experience.
 
Old 10-13-2012, 12:31 PM   #4
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If you take a Red Hat certification test you have to sign a NDA, so you are not allowed to disclose the questions asked in the test. If you violate this NDA and Red Hat notices that they are entitled to revoke your certification. No one in his sane mind will share the tests for the risk of losing the own certificate.
 
Old 10-13-2012, 12:56 PM   #5
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Apparently, There are a lot of insane folks out there...

Anyway,... It wouldn't (likely) violate the NDA to develop RHCSA or RHCE "STYLE" questions... Which many of them (I am sure) are...

PS: I say "likely" because I've never sat for the exams, and therefore haven't been privy to the NDA... (or bound by it) That said,... I'm not about to disclose questions here... because I DO intend to sit for both exams.

PPS: It is my understanding that RedHat (largely) copied the style/format of the Cisco certs in the way they set up their questions... Of course, I could be wrong... but if I'm not, so much for the "spirit" of originality/propriety. That weakens any argument against people independently recreating questions in the "style" of the RedHat questions, so long as they are not verbatim (or nearly so).
 
Old 10-14-2012, 12:52 PM   #6
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Hey Jase,

Thanks for understanding I think others took in wrong way I need RHCSA paper dumps so that I can prepare for that, as we all know the standard of redhat certification and cheating is almost impossible. I do have dumps but if i'll. get help from masters that would b grt:-)


Thanks in Advance
Bijith

---------- Post added 10-14-12 at 11:22 PM ----------

Hey Jase,

Thanks for understanding I think others took in wrong way I need RHCSA paper dumps so that I can prepare for that, as we all know the standard of redhat certification and cheating is almost impossible. I do have dumps but if i'll. get help from masters that would b grt:-)


Thanks in Advance
Bijith
 
  


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