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sco1984
10-Oct-2016, 05:42
Hello,

I passed 050-733 exam last week & now 'Certified Linux Administrator 12' :-)

Few things about 050-733 exam as follows:-

- In my region i.e. India exam fee is 50US$
- Being from non native English speaking country, I get additional 30 minutes time extension i.e. 150 minutes in total
- No Novell logo's before starting exam & on score report. It's all SUSE logo's :-)
- You can not go back to previous question to modify answer. [Same policy like Cisco]
- Exam experience was good at VUE center.


My feedback on SUSE certifications as follows:-

- I request SUSE certification department to release other CLA exams & make them available in VUE catalog at vue.com/microfocus :-)
- Suggestion from my end to SUSE certification & training team is = pls expand your presence in India.
Q. Why?
A. Many companies in India running SAP on in-house SLE's. Making available SUSE training will enable candidates to get certified to be able to solve/troubleshoot SUSE + SAP issues more efficiently.
- Pls add free availability of certification resources in PDF format. Some basic PDF guides will be useful for candidate to enroll for training in later stage.
- Will be good to know structure of 'Certified Linux Engineer' exam which is of simulation mode. Will be good if SUSE can add 'Linux Certified Engineer' exams at VUE catalog

Regards,
Amey.

ab
10-Oct-2016, 11:41
You may want to submit feedback directly to SUSE Training folks; this
forum is not monitored by SUSE officially, and your experience would
probably mean more going directly to them rather than through the forums.

CLE (soon SCE) materials, such as objectives of what you do during the
test, are available online on SUSE's site:

https://training.suse.com/certification/sce-linux/

On 10/09/2016 10:44 PM, sco1984 wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I passed 050-733 exam last week & now 'Certified Linux Administrator 12'
> :-)
>
> Few things about 050-733 exam as follows:-
>
> - In my region i.e. India exam fee is 50US$
> - Being from non native English speaking country, I get additional 30
> minutes time extension i.e. 150 minutes in total
> - No Novell logo's before starting exam & on score report. It's all SUSE
> logo's :-)
> - You can not go back to previous question to modify answer. [Same
> policy like Cisco]
> - Exam experience was good at VUE center.
>
>
> My feedback on SUSE certifications as follows:-
>
> - I request SUSE certification department to release other CLA exams &
> make them available in VUE catalog at vue.com/microfocus :-)
> - Suggestion from my end to SUSE certification & training team is = pls
> expand your presence in India.
> Q. Why?
> A. Many companies in India running SAP on in-house SLE's. Making
> available SUSE training will enable candidates to get certified to be
> able to solve/troubleshoot SUSE + SAP issues more efficiently.
> - Pls add free availability of certification resources in PDF format.
> Some basic PDF guides will be useful for candidate to enroll for
> training in later stage.
> - Will be good to know structure of 'Certified Linux Engineer' exam
> which is of simulation mode. Will be good if SUSE can add 'Linux
> Certified Engineer' exams at VUE catalog
>
> Regards,
> Amey.
>
>

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kgroneman
10-Oct-2016, 19:52
Hey sco1984:

>I passed 050-733 exam last week & now 'Certified Linux Administrator
>12'

Congratulations! Nice accomplishment. Yea, what Aaron says about the
feedback. Was the CLA intended to get you a job you wanted, or just
to make you more valuable to your current employer?

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Kim - 10/10/2016 12:50:31 PM

sco1984
17-Oct-2016, 13:33
Hey sco1984:

>I passed 050-733 exam last week & now 'Certified Linux Administrator
>12'

Was the CLA intended to get you a job you wanted, or just
to make you more valuable to your current employer?


i) To make me more valuable to my current employer
ii) To validate my skill-sets on SLE 12.

:)

kgroneman
17-Oct-2016, 20:47
Hey sco1984:

>i) To make me more valuable to my current employer
>ii) To validate my skill-sets on SLE 12.

Ask for a raise. :-)

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Kim - 10/17/2016 1:46:35 PM