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Alexzee

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There are places that you can go to take a test but you have to pay for those RH test's.

Have a look at these Linux books. There are test's in the back of those books.

 

KGIII

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The tests you're going to find online will be practice tests for specific certifications. Unless you're applying for those certs, I doubt they'll be of all that much interest. If you're studying for those certifications, they'll provide you with practice exams at the same place you get your study material.

If I want to be sure I know/remember something, I find that explaining it to a layperson is a good standard. If I can explain it to someone that has little knowledge in the field, I understand it pretty well.

Answer questions, write a blog, or write a book - even if it's just for your own practice.

I bet those three things do far more for you than taking practice tests for certifications you're never going to use.
 

stewieG

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The tests you're going to find online will be practice tests for specific certifications. Unless you're applying for those certs, I doubt they'll be of all that much interest. If you're studying for those certifications, they'll provide you with practice exams at the same place you get your study material.

If I want to be sure I know/remember something, I find that explaining it to a layperson is a good standard. If I can explain it to someone that has little knowledge in the field, I understand it pretty well.

Answer questions, write a blog, or write a book - even if it's just for your own practice.

I bet those three things do far more for you than taking practice tests for certifications you're never going to use.
Thanks man . And if you’re free I got an issue I need help with. Best regards
 

sam444

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Where is a good place to take practice Linux tests/exams? I just want to test my memorization and how much i know
The best way to learn, is by learning to do everything yourself, you'll save a lot of money too. :)

Many years ago I purchased a new Tower with a new OS called Windoze XP. About 3 mths later I got a virus which locked me out, not knowing much about Computers I took it to a Computer shop.

My Computer was there for 5 days and was told..."we couldn't remove the virus, so we re-installed Windoze" and it cost me a ton of cash. When I asked how could I stop this from happening in the future, I was told "you can't"... of cause this was a bloody lie as I found out latter. :mad:

It was at this point I decided to learn how to do things myself, I'm no expert but I know how to get out of trouble and that's all that matters. :D
 

wizardfromoz

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There used to be a course you could do with EdX partnering with the Linux Foundation for free, and it included a test at the end - self-paced and free.

You could take a look here

https://www.edx.org/school/linuxfoundationx

or Google

linux edx

Cheers

Chris Turner
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