[lpi-discuss] "Wrong" Questions in 202?

Darryl Moore darryl at moores.ca
Thu May 28 09:29:34 EDT 2009


Here Here! I'd like to know what the current conversion rate is. How
does 500 points translate into a mark out of 60 today?

Marcos Fontana wrote:
> Hi Keller!
>
> How much points did you got in the 201? This question is only to know
> if I can take the test now.
>
> Thanks!
>
> On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 6:53 AM, Jerome Keller <newsletter4me at gmx.ch
> <mailto:newsletter4me at gmx.ch>> wrote:
>
>     Hi
>
>     I've written the 202 exam yesterday. I've learned with an older
>     book so
>     i had to look at the Lpic Wiki Page to be sure that i'm learning the
>     right topics after the change of the exams since 1. April 2009.
>
>     The exam was 60 questions long so i guess i had no beta questions
>     in it
>     (?). There were 2 - 3 Questions which shouldn't be in there to my
>     understanding (if i compare it to the Wiki Page). Two questions were
>     about filesystems (ext2/ext3 Journaling etc.). Afaik this is a
>     topic in
>     201.  I dont remember the exact question. Another question was
>     about the
>     programm "cpio".
>
>     Sure, one can say that this belongs to the 213.4 "Troubleshooting
>     environment configurations" topic....but i would welcome it if the
>     topic
>     description would be a little bit more accurate.
>
>     BTW: i've passed the exam with exactly the 500 needed points :).... i
>     got a feeling that the "cpio" question saved me, and gave me the
>     needed
>     points to reach 500... :)
>
>     greets
>
>
>
>
>
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