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    Default Itil service transition

    Hi,

    I'll do the exam without follow a course.
    Do you have some material (book guide and exam examples) to help me to pass the exam ?

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    You can't take the Service Transition Intermediate level without following an accredited course.
    Desktop: MCSE: Mobility | Server: MTA | Cloud: None | Networking: MTA
    Security: None | Linux: None | Service Management: ITIL 2011: Foundation
    Currently Studying: 70-740 - Installation, Storage and Compute with Windows Server 2016
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    Thanks for the answer.
    Before to start the accredited course, is available online free documentation ? (book guide, example of exams)
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    https://www.axelos.com/certification...ice-transition

    Has a sample paper there, as well as guidance on material to use and the ability to find an accredited course.
    Desktop: MCSE: Mobility | Server: MTA | Cloud: None | Networking: MTA
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    Quote Originally Posted by danarzu View Post
    Before to start the accredited course, is available online free documentation ? (book guide, example of exams)
    There is no free material that covers the whole syllabus that I am aware of - the official book are really expensive so if money is an issue then you could try your local library and request the books.

    There are only 2 test exams available - I have never seen dumps or other tests for the intermediate exams. Phalanx has linked to the location of these tests.

    The only cheap books I have ever seen are on eBay and are inevitably pirate PDFs of the official books. You may find someone selling their books on eBay - I sold mine recently (all 5 lifecycle books) for Ł100 / US$130 and had no shortage of takers.
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    Sorry if this sounds like an advert, but our Sybex book "ITIL Intermediate Certification Companion Study Guide: Intermediate ITIL Service Lifecycle Exams" covers all that you need for all 5 Lifecycle exams, instead of buying the core books. It is much cheaper.
    • Paperback: 1270 pages
    • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; Stg edition (6 May 2016)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 111901221X
    • ISBN-13: 978-1119012214
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    I've read Liz's book, and it's excellent. We've recommended it to some of our intermediate students in the past in place of the full set of core volumes.
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