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Old 08-16-2004, 10:21 PM   #1
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Guidance Needed!

Dear Friends,

Any of you here is RHCT/RHCE certified and would like to help me.

Please tell me the questions that were asked to while you had given your certification exam.

And guidance/suggestion for candidate who is preparing for certifications.

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The best guidance you will get is by contacting the RedHat offices / the RedHat site. If you are pretty new to Linux, I would suggest you make and destroy a few linux installations before you even think of taking these tests. It is a grilling 6 hour test and even the best perspire. I heard the ExamGuides available in the bookshops are also good starters. Unlike other cert tests, just theoretical/ book knowledge is not enough. This is a different kind of monster you will be dealing with ... perhaps the CCIE types.
Old 08-16-2004, 11:02 PM   #3
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I am not new to linux.

If you are certified thethen tell me questions that you had encountered when you had given the certification.

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Old 09-07-2004, 09:16 AM   #5
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The RHCE, RHCT is all hans on these written portions on either test.

Folks that take the test sign a non-disclosure agreement stating that they will not talk about anything on the exam to anyone, so I doubt you'll get any type of help there.

What I can suggest is lots of practice! I would download the manuals from Red Hat's site that cover system administration. Also download the reference guide:

Go over these documents along with the course outline for the RHCT or RHCE and you should be somewhat prepared. I also recommend the Red Hat Linux Bibles. Go over the material until you are sick of looking at it, then you'll be in good shape. If you or your employer has the money, I HIGHLY recommend taking the classes.
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thanks hkb33


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