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    Default Ucertify for Linux+?

    I read a lot of you have used Ucertify to prep for Linux+ as part of the WGU degrees. I don't go to WGU but I would like to get Linux+. With Ucertify's "Spring35" sale you can get 35% off the courses. Would it be worth it to get the Linux+ material and use that to study for the two exams? Or should I get other material as well.

    As background, I do have a year or so experience using various Linux distros. But I've never gone deep enough to know admin level knowledge, so I'm hoping this will help bridge my skills gap.
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    I heard this website is a good resource, I haven't used it personally though.

    https://linuxacademy.com/linux/train...vel-1-exam-101

    $19mo or $228 for yr
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    I am doing Linux+ through WGU so i actually have access to uCertify and I can tell you it sucks, pretty much it's like being thrown from a diving board into a diving pool without knowing how to swim. I had to ask for Labsim by TestOut which is much better, also I highly recommend ITPRO.TV
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    Quote Originally Posted by airzero View Post
    I read a lot of you have used Ucertify to prep for Linux+ as part of the WGU degrees. I don't go to WGU but I would like to get Linux+. With Ucertify's "Spring35" sale you can get 35% off the courses. Would it be worth it to get the Linux+ material and use that to study for the two exams? Or should I get other material as well.

    As background, I do have a year or so experience using various Linux distros. But I've never gone deep enough to know admin level knowledge, so I'm hoping this will help bridge my skills gap.
    Airzero, linux academy is great, but I would highly recommend reading the book below.


    CompTIA Linux+ / LPIC-1 Cert Guide by Ross Brunson (Author), Sean Walberg (Author)

    Best of luck!
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