[lpi-discuss] Contents of lpi-discuss digest...
anselm.lingnau at linupfront.de
Fri Jul 31 04:35:19 EDT 2009
Andy Goldschmidt wrote:
> It kinda forces you to buy the LPI text books in order to learn ALL the
Too bad. Heaven forbid you would have to learn one single thing that wasn't
actually part of the exam :^) (It's not as if the text book authors knew more
than you -- all *we* get to see is the published objectives, too!)
The LPI certifications aren't meant to encourage targetted swotting-up
specifically for the exams. The idea is that you prove your expertise by
answering a majority of questions correctly, rather than making wild guesses.
Nobody will ever know (or care) if you scored 100% or cleared the bar by just
one point. If you are generally familiar with the material but miss a command
or file here or there you will very likely pass anyway.
> LPI should know whats in the exam... and could therefore provide us with
> a FULL list of commands used !!!!
Yep. They could also just publish all the questions beforehand so we could
know for sure what to learn.
(This is my personal opinion and not that of Linup Front GmbH.)
Anselm Lingnau ... Linup Front GmbH ... Linux-, Open-Source- & Netz-Schulungen
Linup Front GmbH, Postfach 100121, 64201 Darmstadt, Germany
anselm.lingnau at linupfront.de, +49(0)6151-9067-103, Fax -299, www.linupfront.de
More information about the lpi-discuss