Taking CASP003 in the morning

DiffieHellman173DiffieHellman173 Network+ Security+ CASP+ ITIL-FoundationItalyRegistered Users Posts: 17 ■■■□□□□□□□
Good evening, 

Tomorrow morning at 0900 I will be sitting the exam. I have been studying off and on since November with the month of February studying everyday. I will let you all know how it goes tomorrow. 

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  • stryder144stryder144 Senior Member Member Posts: 1,684 ■■■■■■■■□□
    Good luck!
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  • bjpeterbjpeter Member Posts: 198 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Good luck!
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  • DiffieHellman173DiffieHellman173 Network+ Security+ CASP+ ITIL-Foundation ItalyRegistered Users Posts: 17 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Good afternoon, 
    I passed the exam today. Like others have mentioned, the test is unforgiving. I suggest anyone that is pursuing this exam to ensure they have a complete understanding of all of the objectives listed. My background, is 3 years in Enterprise IT System Administration, working mostly in a data center. Previous certifications include Network+ and Security+.

    Study Materials:
    I used Robin Abernathy's 2nd edition CASP-003 Cert Guide book and skill port for studying materials. I also researched quite a few concepts on utilizing Google and OWASP. I suggest researching and understand how to read HTML, JAVA, and Script outputs. One other key note, my buddy decided to not study and pay for test **** and in the end he has failed twice in the last month. I highly suggest staying clear of any **** out there. 

    Test Tips: 
    I always mark the simulations first and return to them after I have answered the questions. This helps me move along and give me confidence as I feel the first 10 questions they ask are almost give away.  Another technique I use, is to read what the last question is first before sinking into the long paragraphs. This allows me to have an unbiased approach when viewing my answers selections. 
    Last, I always ensure during my preparation for an exam that I can identify exactly why each answer is wrong. What I mean by this, is that look for all of the wrong answers and in my head explain to my self why they are wrong for the question being asked. This usually leads me to the right answer. 

    Everyone has their own test techniques and I'm happy to always share mine. 
  • DiffieHellman173DiffieHellman173 Network+ Security+ CASP+ ITIL-Foundation ItalyRegistered Users Posts: 17 ■■■□□□□□□□
    edited February 2019
    Passed this morning. The test is very unforgiving but not impossible. 
  • stryder144stryder144 Senior Member Member Posts: 1,684 ■■■■■■■■□□
    Great job!  Congratulations!

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