[CLUE-Cert] LPI Cert/Exam-Fest?

Mark Harvey markgharvey at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 30 17:28:20 MST 2004


I'm definately interested.  I'm enrolled in two classes [ Unix
Networking & Unix Adv. Sys. Admin. ] as part of a Unix Certification
program at Metro State [ http://metrotech.mscd.edu ].  

Are two months enough lead time to prepare for these exams?  I might
be better prepared after my semester ends on 10 May.

Also, is there any self test software for these exams?  Perhaps we
could all split the costs?  



--- Crawford Rainwater <crawford.rainwater at linux-etc.net> wrote:
> Just an idea that I have been pondering, but I figured I would put
> it
> out to the CLUE-Cert folks for some feedback.
> How many folks out there would be interested in taking the LPI
> exams
> (e.g. LPI-101, LPI-102, LPI-103 (after ~mid to late March),
> LPI-201,
> LPI-202) via the written proctor version at a possible discount
> (i.e.,
> vs. $100/exam through Prometrics and Vue)?
> The format of the exam is the same, just written vs. digital.  Same
> rules would apply as well.
> If there is enough interest, I can move forward some and see about
> setting this up for April or so on a weekend.  Most likely the
> location
> will be DeVry (where CLUE-North meets).
> Feedback and comments welcomed.  TIA.
> --- Crawford
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