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Just booked Mac Integration Basics exam out the blue to sit tomorrow 1 night to prepare

Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by Juelz, Nov 19, 2016.

  1. Juelz

    Juelz Gigabyte Poster

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    Now I think the exam is open book, I have a 50 page PDF, a Mac OS vmware lab (which took bloody ages to setup, hate VM Ware) I can sit it from now till 21st but tomorrow in convenient as kids and misses will be out. I THINK its open book I am not sure there is a serious lack of information from apple. Will be sitting online, nothing was mentioned about needing a camera or being recorded so I assume the open book theory is correct meaning I can use the pdf.. don't see much point in open book exams, I could google everything..? cost me 65 quid so would like to pass.. 85% to pass the exam, will let you guys know how it goes, real spare of the moment thing.
     
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  2. Jaron78

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    All the best mate. Let us know how you get on. Is it one on the ones on the Apple Certifications Page?
    If so I think I have some documentation somewhere, though it is on USB drive at work which wont help you tomorrow sadly.
     
  3. Juelz

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    yeh mate the integration basics, currently knees deep in practice lab taking a few notes as I go some of it appears to be some of the stuff I do at work, only the networking parts I will need to pay special attention to.
     
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    well I'm exactly 50% the studying and labing and I am tired... I am going to finish the rest tomorrow morning, then spend an hour going over my notes then book the exam. doesnt help that I was testing out password assistant and somehow the password it created does not work so now re-installing the OS :( good job it was in a vm and not my main OS
     
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