Question about Linux+ exam.

hannismhannism Posts: 112Member
Hey everyone.

I have a question about the Linux+ that I don't think will break the NDA.

For Linux+, is it like a Cisco exam, where once you answer, that's it?

Or can you go back and review your answers?
Obtained: CompTIA Linux+ [X] CompTIA Security + [X] CCENT [X] CCNA: Routing and Switching [X] CCNA: Security [X] CCNA: Wireless [X] Linux Server Professional (LPIC-1) [X] SUSE Certified Linux Administrator [X]
Currently studying: Red Hat Certified System Administrator > Red Hat Certified System Engineer > CISSP

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  • techfiendtechfiend Posts: 1,481Member
    You can go back and flag like other CompTIA exams. The GUI looks familiar to the Security+
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  • hannismhannism Posts: 112Member
    Thanks for answering. Just wanted to make sure so I didn't get any surprises.
    Obtained: CompTIA Linux+ [X] CompTIA Security + [X] CCENT [X] CCNA: Routing and Switching [X] CCNA: Security [X] CCNA: Wireless [X] Linux Server Professional (LPIC-1) [X] SUSE Certified Linux Administrator [X]
    Currently studying: Red Hat Certified System Administrator > Red Hat Certified System Engineer > CISSP
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