Linux Foundation exam updates.

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The Linux Foundation is making some adjustments to its LFCS and LFCE exams starting on March 1, 2015:

  • in the LFCS exam objectives, RAID is replaced with LVM,
  • in the LFCS exam, the pass mark becomes 74% (instead of 65%),
  • in the LFCE exam, the pass mark is now 72% (instead of 65%),
  • some updates to security protocols occur,
  • the exam interface’s got some improvements.

Perhaps in response to the Red Hat RHCE 7 exam hardening, the Linux Foundation makes its exams more difficult to get by raising their pass mark: an exam too easy to pass doesn’t get good publicity nor doesn’t trigger good training sales.

Sources: Linux Foundation LFCS & LFCE pages.

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