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UnixReview.com: Certification Scope: Examining the LPI 201 Exam

Feb 25, 2002, 22:38 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Emmett Dulaney)
"Last month, I introduced the topic of level two Linux certifications and the related offerings from LPI and Sair. After completing LPI's Level I certification, you must pass two additional exams to become Level II certified. In this article, I'll take a detailed look at the first of these exams, Exam 201: Advanced Linux.

Be forewarned: this is not an exam for novice or casual Linux users. Although the exam comprises only 56 questions, participants will find themselves all-too-readily using up the allotted 90 minutes. This is partially due to the difficulty of the topics; however the difficulty of the exam has been compounded by the inclusion of fill-in-the-blank questions and the increase in possible answer choices from four (A-D) to five (A-E)."

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