[LINUX] LPIC101 study memo


The other day, I took the LPIC101 and passed it successfully, so before I forget it, I will write it down as a study memo, such as how to study and where I got stuck! Study period: About 1 month

LPIC101 study method

Of course, it should be good to refer to the ancestors as to what kind of study method is good, so it is a royal road to investigate. I decided to proceed with "Azuki book" and "Ping-t" that I thought!

Linux textbook LPIC Level 1 Version 5.0 compatible (commonly known as Azuki book)

First, take about a week to read the end of 101 of the Azuki book. My understanding was still low, but I didn't spend much time here. I have read it with what kind of content it is.

Until all "gold" with Ping-t

Ping-t is free up to the LPIC101 exam range, so study here. By the way, there is also a discount on the examination fee, so I used the discount to take the exam at a slight discount.

Everyone said, "Until you make money with Ping-t ~", but I don't know how to use it efficiently, it takes a while to study, and the start dash fails. It's gone.

Regarding Ping-t, LPIC101 is divided into 4 fields, so スクリーンショット 2020-01-26 22.09.11.png It was quick to divide into one part in one field and put about 20 questions in a small part in a silver box. At first, it took me a long time to read almost all the explanations, but as I proceeded, it got faster and it was completely fun by the time I got into silver!

When the exam date approaches

As the exam date approached, I started to ask questions (collecting only command questions). Since everything is described, it is a problem that I often did not think about options and full paths. When I was able to solve the frame questions to some extent (although I had a correct answer rate of about 50%), I switched to the mock exam. Mock exam 60 questions. By the time I started doing this, I felt like I was used to the Ping-t problem, so the time to solve it was much faster. Take the exam when you can keep 90% or more stably.

in conclusion

――It was more difficult than I expected because the listening process was complicated. --The command problem (description) was about 5-6 questions, which was surprisingly small. ――I thought it was necessary to read not only Ping-t but also Azuki books

I'm not particularly good at the command part and couldn't remember the options at all, but let's understand the meaning anyway! I tried to find out what it stands for, and when I couldn't understand it, I gave it an alias with a strange impact that only I could understand. Thanks to that, I was able to solve the problem of commands relatively, but in other fields I only read the explanation of Ping-t, so when I was asked deeply about the field of system architecture etc., I did not understand at all. .. As my predecessors say, I feel that I can pass the exam with just Ping-t, but if I take the exam again, I will read the Azuki book first, and when I reach 90% or more of the mock exam, I will return to the Azuki book again. I wanted to deepen my understanding of the content.

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