[lpi-discuss] [LPI-News] Linux Professional Institute Offers
Certification Exams at LinuxWorld Boston
Dimitrios Bogiatzoules, Product Developer
taki at lpi.org
Thu Mar 23 06:48:36 EST 2006
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Karl Schock said the following on 23.03.2006 12:14:
> Hello Taki,
>> I'm quoting from the later link:
>> *IMPORTANT INFORMATION:* These are the current 101 objectives, which are
>> valid effective 2006-01-01. The 101 exams which are delivered through
>> test centrers all over the world, will reflect these updated objectives
>> for English in early 2006 and all other languages by late 2006/early
>> 2007. Candidates should be prepared to take exams based upon these
>> objectives after 1Q2006.
> oh, I have read it, but I didn't understand the term "Candidates should
> be prepared to" (unfortunately my english seems to be not good enough
> and a look at http://dict.tu-chemnitz.de didn't help also).
Try dict.leo.org for a very, very good English/German dictionary!
> If I should be prepared to meet you next monday. Will I meet you or not?
> At least I am not sure what will happen. ;-)
Well, you'd have to assume that we meet; you cannot complain if you see
me then ;-) It's just a warning so that you won't be surprised seeing
me when you expect someone else :-)
> "Exams based upon these objectives will be taken from 2006-04-01." or
> "I will not meet you next monday." are for example sentences I
Karl, this is real life (tm). In real life there are more then black and
white. We need some time to move from the "old" to the "new" objectives
and cannot let this on one single day. We do have more than the English
exams, we need to pilot items, ...
Since the "old" objectives are a subset of the reviewed ones, if you
prepare yourself for the updated ones then you will succeed regardless
of the exams.
(It is also a security issue because we try to give as less as possible
informations about our exact form rotation dates.)
Dimitrios Bogiatzoules Product Developer
LPIC-2 Linux Professional Institute
GnuPG Key ID A7E4D183 http://www.lpi.org
taki at lpi.org http://www.lpi-german.de
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