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glab75
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2V0-602 vSphere 6.5 Foundations Exam prep recommendations

Looking for community feedback on recommended prep strategy for Foundations Exam. I have many years of hands on experience with vSphere v5.x and v6.x but having a tough time figuring out if the majority of the Foundations exam questions are technical similar to VCP or more high-level (business use cases, licensing etc.)?  

Looks like there are lots of exam practice tests out there for purchase that all claim to be good, but majority of the user comments state otherwise.  If anyone has a recommended practice exam that they felt truly helped them, please let me know. 

Aside from a practice exam, I was either going to follow the Exam_Prep_guide "vsphere65-foundation-2v0-602-guide.pdf" and read through all the VMware documentation is referenced and/or look into purchasing the 115 minute video training prep ($247) offered by VMware (https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/courses.cfm?ui=www_edu&a=det&id_course=342947)

If anyone has taken the video training, let me know if you think it is worth it?

Thanks...

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scott28tt
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You can use the 6.0 practice exam (free) to judge the technical level: http://mylearn.vmware.com/quiz.cfm?item=64767


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glab75
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Great!  I wasn't aware that this free test was available. 

thanks!

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glab75
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Concerning exam prep recommendations, have you seen or heard anything in relation to the video training offered by VMware for $247? 

Aside from a practice exam, I was either going to follow the Exam_Prep_guide "vsphere65-foundation-2v0-602-guide.pdf" and read through all the VMware documentation is referenced and/or look into purchasing the 115 minute video training prep ($247) offered by VMware (https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/courses.cfm?ui=www_edu&a=det&id_course=342947)

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sjesse
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Look at pluralsight, I think they have a course which is based of 6.0. which may help. For me the biggest help was just using it when I could, take a look at vmug advantage if you haven't. It gives you a license for vmware workstation and alot of other vmware programs. I have a lab I run on my laptop that I used to get comfortable with everything.

glab75
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Thanks.  Appreciated

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