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    Default Passed VCA6-DCV Exam

    Hello Everybody,
    Today I have passed VCA6-DCV Exam with 400 points. I prepare this exam by using VMware fundamental Course, VMware practice test, and a book VCA-DCV Study guide by Robert Schimdt and Dane Charlton.

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    Congrats!
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    Congrats!
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    Congrats!
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    So what are your plans next, taking the other course to complete the vcp?
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    My next plan is to go for VCP6 and i have already started to prepare this exam
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    Guys, please shed some light into the VCA6-DCV certification. What's the point in this certification if it's not the part of prerequisites for VCP6-DCV?
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    It's better than having no VMware certification at all, and has the lowest barrier to entry.

    That's about it, in my opinion.
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    Where did you purchase the book? and how did you prepare for this exam?
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    There is online training available from VMware when you sign up. It's about 3 hours of material I believe.
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    Do you have links for the material you used to study for this exam?
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    I'll do the Google work on your behalf:

    VMware fundamental Course = http://mylearn.vmware.com/plan.cfm?plan=96297
    VMware practice test = http://mylearn.vmware.com/quiz.cfm?item=64770
    A book VCA-DCV Study guide by Robert Schimdt and Dane Charlton = Sybex: VCA-DCV VMware Certified Associate on vSphere Study Guide: VCAD-510 - Robert Schmidt, Dane Charlton

    You should have a look through this too: https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrreg/pl...79&ui=www_cert
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    Congrats!

    As scott28tt said, VCA is better than no certs. Also I understand some people to go for VCA because VCP-DCV require a mandatory course, and it can get expensive (tuiton, travel, expense..) and not everybody can pursue it for this reason.

    Also if you are working for a VMware Partner, don't forget to use the Partner University. There is a ton of free training and you can get a few certs like VMware Sales Pro (VSP) and VMware Technical Sales Pro (VTSP). OK, the VSP is almost useless for a technical guy, but the VTSP is very interesting.
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    Congrats!
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