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    Default Passed LX0-103, 09/15/2017

    My thoughts'

    This test is ALOT easier than I thought it would be. I felt like A+ gave me a harder time tbh. Had about 6-9 fill in the blanks, felt like I got half of those right.

    I used these materials to study for the exam:

    Pearson Comptia Linux+/LPIC-1 Book
    uCertify.com
    Skillport

    uCertify is the BEST resource to use BY FAR. With that alone could probably pass the exam. All them material on the exam is in uCertify. Overall, it took me 30 minutes to pass the exam. And I scored a 580.

    Next is to study for my LX0-104 exam
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    Congrats. I have the books at home to work on this one, but my BS coursework keeps getting in the way. Once I get homework done I'm just not in the mood to study for certs.
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    i got A+ well in 2000, i dont remember fill in the blanks, how does that work, if you miss a word you won't score the points?
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