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    Default Passed 9/23

    When i was taking the exam I honestly did not think I was going to pass... It was extremely difficult.

    So pumped right now!!!

    Ive been working as an Infrastructure Engineer for approx 1 year, with 5 years of helpdesk equivalent experience. I have my A+ and Security+. I have been fixing a multitude of critical issues(windows server related issues, sso, linux , junos config) and I am also proficient in php, java, and powershell. I feel like my real life experience helped me pass this exam.

    I Used the Pearson/Sybex books to study and I also watched all of the cybrary.it video's this week up until i took the test. I studied for about 3-4 months and went through both books at about the rate of 2 chapters a week.

    Hopefully that helps someone else pass the test!

    Good luck!
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    I also spent the extra money to purchase the pearson online test bank questions, i believe that helped a lot as well.
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    Congrats excellent news!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aswenson86 View Post
    When i was taking the exam I honestly did not think I was going to pass... It was extremely difficult.

    So pumped right now!!!

    Ive been working as an Infrastructure Engineer for approx 1 year, with 5 years of helpdesk equivalent experience. I have my A+ and Security+. I have been fixing a multitude of critical issues(windows server related issues, sso, linux , junos config) and I am also proficient in php, java, and powershell. I feel like my real life experience helped me pass this exam.

    I Used the Pearson/Sybex books to study and I also watched all of the cybrary.it video's this week up until i took the test. I studied for about 3-4 months and went through both books at about the rate of 2 chapters a week.

    Hopefully that helps someone else pass the test!

    Good luck!
    Yep felt the the same way, but CONGRATS

    I was a big fan of ITproTv for the CASP specifically, a lot of things clicked after watching those videos and it comes with 3 Transcendor exams with good explanations
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    Congratulations
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    Congrats!
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