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UnixReview.com: Certification Scope: Examining the LPI 202 Exam

Mar 07, 2002, 15:54 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Emmett Dulaney)
"Last month, I took a detailed look at the first of two exams required for LPI's Level II certification. This month, I will give the same treatment to the second required exam – 202: Linux Networking Administration. To become Level II certified, you must pass this exam as well as exam 201: Advanced Linux, and must have already achieved Level I certification.

NOTE: In early February, LPI announced that effective immediately and continuing until December 31, 2002, Sair LCA certification can be used in place of LPI's Level I certification as the prerequisite requirement for Level II. To do so, however, you must mail a copy of your Sair certificate to LPI for authentication. More information is available at http://news.lpi.org/stories.php?story=02/02/03/0760801.

Like the 201 exam, the 202 is a very difficult test. There are 60 questions to be answered in 90 minutes. The questions include fill-in-the-blank and multiple-choice types, with many of the multiple-choice questions consisting of four (A-D) or five (A-E) choices. The exam costs $100, and the VUE testing center (www.vue.com) order number is 117-202. The passing score is 530; roughly translated, that means you must answer 32 questions correctly."

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