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    How exactly do you prepare for the exam?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TacoRocket View Post
    How exactly do you prepare for the exam?
    Life experience?! Haha...I dunno but I got 8/10 on the pre-test.

    I downloaded the exam objectives and just am going to google/wikipedia them this weekend. Plus, I worked as a security guard before and had some control systems responsibility as well as dealing with UPS's in a HIPAA environment in another role - so I hope it helps.
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    1.0 Mission Critical Infrastructure - 21%
    2.0 Safety, Security and Emergency Response - 14%
    3.0 Critical Production Space - 14%
    4.0 Facility and System Documentation - 12%
    5.0 Networking and Communications - 5%
    6.0 Real-Time Information Management - 17%
    7.0 Operations and Procedures - 17%

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    Final thoughts...

    I went into this exam with minimal studying but I tried to concentrate on domains 1.0, 6.0 and 7.0 since they represented the largest percentage in the objectives. That was probably a good idea since the majority of questions I received dealt with best practices. Having an in-depth electrical eng/mech eng/physics/thermal dynamics background certainly couldn't hurt.

    I'm 50/50 on passing. When I started, I thought it was an instant fail (performance-based questions ) but as I went through the exam once and then again - I think I caught onto a mistake I was making based on really ambiguous wording of answers and fixed my answers.

    We'll see though in late Q1 2016...
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