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    Default Project+ done!

    Passed today with a 763 (710 needed to pass).

    The exam itself was confusing. Plenty of Best, Worst, Most questions that rely on having a thorough understanding of what the question means. I found it to be rather difficult though, had I prepared longer than 3 weeks, I may have had an easier time.

    I did this through WGU and used soley the UCertify material. It was more than competent enough to use as my primary study tool. I read the entire ebook and did all the practice exams. Once I scored higher than an 80 on the post exam I scheduled the test. The best advice I can give is to understand all the acronyms, fully understand definitions to terms and have a good grasp of the formulas. Memorize them right before you come in and then write them down on the scratch paper.

    Now on to Linux...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bpenn View Post
    Passed today with a 763 (710 needed to pass).

    The exam itself was confusing. Plenty of Best, Worst, Most questions that rely on having a thorough understanding of what the question means. I found it to be rather difficult though, had I prepared longer than 3 weeks, I may have had an easier time.

    I did this through WGU and used soley the UCertify material. It was more than competent enough to use as my primary study tool. I read the entire ebook and did all the practice exams. Once I scored higher than an 80 on the post exam I scheduled the test. The best advice I can give is to understand all the acronyms, fully understand definitions to terms and have a good grasp of the formulas. Memorize them right before you come in and then write them down on the scratch paper.

    Now on to Linux...
    i just started the project+ myself. i am using ucertify for it all while at WGU. Thanks for the information.
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