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    Default Stanly CC Jan-Mar 2015

    Just recieved an email to fill out their registration form, I hope I get in.
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    Got mine last week. I am just waiting to see what's next. Probably payment?
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    I just got the same thing last week as well.

    OP: I may be OCD, but I couldn't help noticing the title of the thread, Stanly Jan-Mar. I was thinking the title should be at least consistent with the other threads so that we can easily find it later. Just my two cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiddenknight821 View Post
    I just got the same thing last week as well.

    OP: I may be OCD, but I couldn't help noticing the title of the thread, Stanly Jan-Mar. I was thinking the title should be at least consistent with the other threads so that we can easily find it later. Just my two cents.
    Agree with you.
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    I have asked the moderators to change the title to better conform with the previous 'class' threads. Don't bash me to hard, the rest of the title threads call the school 'stanley' when it is actually 'stanly'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitechniq View Post
    I have asked the moderators to change the title to better conform with the previous 'class' threads. Don't bash me to hard, the rest of the title threads call the school 'stanley' when it is actually 'stanly'.
    Not a big deal. We appreciate you took the time to get a new thread started!
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    I joined the waiting this earlier this month. Probably too late for this semester?
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    I joined the waiting this earlier this month. Probably too late for this semester?
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    Anybody receive the payment information email yet??
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    Yes definitely. I'm hoping to get put on the Summer semester next year and take 5.5.
    Will it really take that long? I was thinking of starting my MCSA 2012R2 but was unsure since I did not know when this would start up for me.
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    It looks like they are planning to send notification emails by Monday, December 15th.
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    Just paid for the class, and I'm looking forward to it. Anyone's planning on getting the assigned textbooks? I'm still debating on whether I should order the textbook or use Scott Lowe's book.
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    Same here with the book. I guess I will wait until the class starts. If I see the need, I will go ahead an order them. Mainly the labs book, but if we're able to get it on PDF, then I am good. I have Lowe's and Atkinson's books, so probably I am good.
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    I paid for the book. I'll let you guys know the content of the kit when it comes in.
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    I signed up for the class myself just recently after discovering the threads on this board and getting on the wait list in early october. Looking forward to it. I decided to buy both Scott Lowe's book and the textbook after seeing most people talk about the exams. Seems like Scott Lowe's book has a lot of depth to it just skimming through it.
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    Signed up and paid for.
    Looking forward to it. Have Scott Lowe's book also
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    Signed up and paid for it. Paid for the book too. I have some pdfs but im starting from scratch with very little experience with Vmware besides basic functions. Might as well do it their way and not my own. Ill use my own pdfs and videos and ect and extra resources.
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    I actually did not use their books at all, but did print out each lab.
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    hi guys, the course outline includes:
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    i understand esxi is free to use. however, i can't find vcenter server. is this also free?
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    Anybody has any experience with VMware Press Book? Here is the link:

    VCP5-DCV Official Certification Guide (Covering the VCP550 Exam): VMware Certified Professional 5 - Data Center Virtualization, 2nd Edition | Pearson IT Certification

    I am wondering if it's more focused on the certification test than Lowe's book. Any comments?
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    Joined the class ..

    Can someone tell what are requirements for this class to FiNISh succesfully ?

    Is there any attendacene system ?
    I saw somewhere , there should be 80% attendace . How this is calculated ?


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    I signed up on the waitlist on November and didn't get an email? How long have you guys been on the waitlist?
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    I signed up Sept 26.
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    I signed up Oct 5.
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    OK, paid for the class and I am starting to get ahead by studying the curriculum. I am a slow learner and I need to review the content several times so it sticks. I started reading:

    - Sybex VCP-DCV 5.5 Study Guide - Chapters 1 and 2.
    - VMware Official Certification Guide VCP-DCV 5.5. Chapter 1.

    I am using the Sybex as my main text book and doing all the labs. Then I will read VMware's book for complement/review. I am not doing the labs in the OCG (I am not sure if there are any, I just got started). I may do them as double practice being careful of not messing up the main labs.

    In a side note, I got the VMware press book plus the premium edition book for about $45.00. I got the Sybex from Amazon a couple of months back.

    Anybody doing the same and getting an early start?
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