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Hi All, I'm planning to take The RHCE certification but I'm new to Linux I wanted to know two things 1) Whether can I learn myself and write the RHCE ...
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    Question RHCE cerification


    Hi All,

    I'm planning to take The RHCE certification but I'm new to Linux

    I wanted to know two things

    1) Whether can I learn myself and write the RHCE exams or Do I need to join a training centre ?

    2) If it is advisory to learn myself where can I find the tutorials ? and what is the question paper pattern ?


    many of my friends told the exam is really difficult,so please help me out in this so that I can decide on what to do.

    Anyways I want to grow much in Linux, as I love working in Linux

    I hope someone can help me out in this

    Advance Thanks and Regards
    VKV
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    Learn how to use Red Hat; Centos is a free version. This will take time.

    You could guide your learning with a study guide - but make sure you understand things and don't just memorise them. Most real techs / programmers etc despair at people who cram for exams and then get a job with little or no real understanding of the subject. No-one knows everything and we are all still learning, but I may tell a few tales one day*

    Only you know how you learn best and if that is in a trining environment, then go for it.

    Either way good study, good luck and good results

    * Oh all right then.

    We had one junior PHP programmer who constantly named variables like £varName because we are in England (in PHP for those who care, that should be $varName). She had passed a training course and exam in PHP (not the Zend one). She eventually became a competent programmer but should have joined us as a trainee.

    I worked for a company that had a MS Certified tech who caused more damage to everything he "fixed". He was eventually let go.
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    Hi elija,

    Thanks for the reply.

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    Well, eliza has nailed it.
    Whether it's a training session or self study, much depends on if you memorize it or actually learning the real content.
    Good luck.

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    elija, why don't you start a thread with some of your stories?

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    Hi All,

    Thanks for the replies , Actually Linux Forums is one of the best ebook available for linux newbie's :P, An ebook that gives answer to the questions asked

    Thanks to all who helps newbie's . this is really great

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