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UnixReview.com: Top 31 Things to Know for the Red Hat RHCE Exam

Sep 08, 2001, 23:59 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Emmett Dulaney)
"Last month, I introduced the RHCE certification track and its requirements. One of those requirements is passing a multiple-choice exam. The exam consists of 40-50 questions that are based on general Linux topics (such as regular expressions), as well as topics that are specific to Red Hat. The time period allotted for the exam is one hour.

Note that last month it was erroneously reported that the exams are given at a number of locations -- "about 20 worldwide." Randolph Russell, the RHCE Certification Manager, has pointed out that the exam is now often scheduled in 21 cities in the United States and Canada. It is also offered in Europe, Japan, Australia, and the Pacific Rim.

This month, I will look at the top 31 topics to know for this part of the exam. Why 31? The list of topics mirrors those emphasized by Red Hat. The following list of study topics includes links that will take you to sites documenting the topics in detail and should quickly bring you up to speed on your exam preparation. Bear in mind, however, that the difficulty of the RHCE exam lies not so much in the multiple-choice portion of the exam, but in the lab portion."

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