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Well I passed the exam today with a score of 346! Tough exam and the monitor gave me nothing but hell. Glad it's over, now I move on to Design!

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Exam time: Can someone please clarify, VMware site states;

Duration: 205 minutes
Number of Questions: 27

I've seen some people mention 190 minutes. I'm assuming 15 minutes for reading time, etc? Can this be skipped through to have more exam time?


Question: Are some questions dependant on other questions, or are they all independent of each other? I ask this as if I skip a question to potentially attempt later, will it affect subsequent questions?

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Passed the test today finally. Between the few attempts to the issue with test deployment last time I am glad to finally be done with it. To those are still planning to take it my takeaways are time management is almost as important as the knowledge itself. Another thing that I personally found a great way to practice for it was to do most of my lab work in he hol. IT is the environment you will be working on in the test. I would try to work through some of the scenarios and timing yourself to see how long certain things take.

And for me Kyle Jenner's blog was an invaluable tool for learning http://www.vjenner.com/vcap6-dcv-deployment-study-guide/



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I passed the VCAP6-DCV Deployment yesterday. I wrote a post about my experience. The post is in Portuguese but has a translator on the right side :)

http://solutions4crowds.com.br/minha-experiencia-com-o-vcap6-dcv-deployment

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Sat on my exam last Friday and managed to pass it! As mentioned by other posts, study guide from Kyle Jenner (
http://www.vjenner.com/vcap6-dcv-deployment-study-guide/) is something that you must read. I also find study guides from Mordi Shushan (http://vpentathlon.com/vcap-dcv-deploy-study-guide/) and Ramy Mahmoud (https://ucconnect.wordpress.com/2016/08/21/vcap6-dcv-deployment-study-guide/) are really recommended.

Getting familiar with the certification platform interface is also really crucial. You need to practice facing the interface with all the limitation. This blog http://www.virtualizestuff.com/2016/08/02/vcap6-exam-interface-tips-tricks/ really helps.

My own lesson learned on the preparing and sitting on the exam are written here:
http://shirazerosagon.blogspot.co.id/2017/05/my-vcap6-dcv-deployment-exam-preparation.html

My sincere gratitude to Kyle Jenner, Mordi Shushan, and Ramy Mahmoud for the study guides you guys wrote. For those planning to take the exam, prepare well and good luck with the exam!
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