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Old 05-16-2006, 06:21 PM   #16
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I need an RHCE dumps, If anyone know please let me know where i should get the dumps for linux.

do the needful to me.

mail me to: cynic061@yahoo.com

Sorry to disappoint you but the RHCT and RHCE exams are hands-on skills performance exams. There is no multiple choice question test that you can dump or paper-cert. You actually have to know what you are doing.
 
Old 07-26-2008, 12:07 PM   #17
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I took the RHCT a few months back and failed by literally one question. I think the NIS portion is what got me. I'll be retaking it within the next couple of weeks. The real issue with folks asking for "dumps" or the rpm from RedHat that "breaks" a system for you to recover it is the disclaimer signed just prior to the exam being handed out. Folks, this is a serious document. This is a request from RedHat not to break their trust with the specific processes/procedures required for the student to pass the exam. Most everyone here knows how the Microsoft certifications aren't anywhere near as valuable as RedHat tests because people brain dump after having attempted/passed the M$ exam. This kind of thing degrades the quality and worth of a certification. Unlike Microsoft, RedHat actually wants you to just flat out "know your stuff" and apply that directly to their tests. This is a really good thing! So please don't ask people to break RedHat's disclaimer by providing info about what's on the test. If you truly need to ensure you have all of the appropriate weapons in your arsenal before taking any of the RedHat exams, they have provided these objectives for you. See this link:
https://www.redhat.com/certification/

Select any of the certs you're interested in taking for more information about what you need to know before you're ready.
 
Old 07-26-2008, 08:28 PM   #18
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Don't worry - I failed the RHCE, also, but then retook it and passed. 50% of people who take it for the first time don't get their RHCE. Now that I am RHCE certified, I have dumped 95% of my Ubuntu systems and have switched to Red Hat/CentOS. Red Hat makes more sense to me than Debian/Ubuntu, and I am the #1 Ubuntu hater!
 
Old 07-26-2008, 08:50 PM   #19
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Don't worry - I failed the RHCE, also, but then retook it and passed. 50% of people who take it for the first time don't get their RHCE. Now that I am RHCE certified, I have dumped 95% of my Ubuntu systems and have switched to Red Hat/CentOS. Red Hat makes more sense to me than Debian/Ubuntu, and I am the #1 Ubuntu hater!
Can I be #2?
 
Old 07-26-2008, 09:07 PM   #20
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Half of this thread is folks asking for RHCE "dumps". What a joke. Why in the world would anyone provide you with cheats for the exam (and risk losing their cert and getting sued in the process)?

Everything you need to know is covered in the prep guide: http://www.redhat.com/certification/rhce/prep_guide/

Good luck.
 
Old 02-23-2009, 09:49 PM   #21
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Cool RHCT Preparation

Hy Guys,

I M new on this web site , i have to prepare my RHCT exam could u guys tell me any pdf book from net.which i can prapare my exam RHCT n RHCE. thanks

ASAD Raja

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Old 02-23-2009, 10:24 PM   #22
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You've just jumped into an old thread but--in this case--it's OK. The post just before yours gives some answers--as do several others.

Everything I have read tells me this simple answer: If you are completely proficient in setting up, configuring, and troubleshooting an RHEL system, then you should be able to pass the exam. The key of course is "completely proficient"......Murphy's law states that: If there is anything you don't know how to do, that's what they'll ask you.
 
Old 02-24-2009, 06:54 AM   #23
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Cool Hy Pixellany

Hy
pixellany ,thank u to tell me the nice information. i m already SUN certified recently. so could u tell me plz is it same thing like 70% in Linux. i did read ur links ,Is it good to install Linux from Distro(dual-boot) on computer. could u tell me also plz any site from which i can download the pdf RHEL's version 5 book.

My Email Address is aasad_rasheed@hotmail.com

Thank u so much

waiting 4 ur respond

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Old 02-24-2009, 08:11 AM   #24
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I don't have any information that is not already in this thread---or perhaps at the RedHat website.

I recommend that you do not use the text-messaging shorthand. Especially if you are training for a career, you will need to learn to write whole words, etc.
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Good Luck!!
 
Old 02-24-2009, 06:33 PM   #25
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Dumps are illegal and for stupid people. Study like everyone else and you'll be ok. Besides as was mention 4 or 5 post ago it's hands on there are no dumps..
 
Old 04-12-2009, 10:38 AM   #26
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I typically try to avoid re-hashing old threads, but this thread has seen some fairly recent activity, so having just acquired my RHCT, I thought I would provide some input.

By far the best advice here is anomie's link to the RedHat RHCE prep guide; if you can perform the tasks listed for RHCT certification, you will be just fine. RedHat is openly telling you what is on the test, so nothing on it should be a surprise. If you pay attention in class, perform/fully understand the lab exercises and review the day's material every night; you will pass. It as simple as that. If, however; you are lackadaisical about the class in general and don't make an effort outside of class, you are probably going to fail unless you have extensive experience configuring RedHat Linux.

The last day of the RHCT class covers troubleshooting. Study this section closely, as that portion of the test is all or nothing, regardless of how well you perform in section II, you must solve all of the issues in section I to pass. I think this may be the downfall for most people who fail the RHCT. But again, go through the labs and study the lesson pages closely, and you will not have any trouble.

As of now the pass rate for RHCT/RHCE is only 40%, but the instructor will quickly tell you that the percentage is skewed by those who waltz in thinking they can pass the exam without taking the class, and those who have been forced into the class by their employer and are thus generally indifferent as to whether or not they acquire the certification.

I reiterate; if you are decently intelligent and put forth a bit of effort, you will pass.

That being said, the RHCT test is changing after May 1st (not sure about RHCE, it may be as well). The word in the community is that the exam will be markedly easier. I hope that is only a rumour; the program was designed to be fairly challenging - the exam should be no exception. I plan attempt to attempt the RHCE next; I hope the change in the exam format does not lessen the esteem with which this cert is regarded in the community.

The original poster's question - to what extent the RHCT is effective in the market - was only touched on very briefly. If anyone comes across this thread and has any insight in this regard, please share it; I am curious.

Good luck if you are about to take the plunge.
 
  


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