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Re: Question about GCIH
From: "Mike Hale" <eyeronic.design () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2007 15:29:38 -0800
Depends on how deep you want your knowledge to go.
On-Demand is a great teaching tool, and if you have excess budget, it
wouldn't hurt signing up. It's also a lot cheaper if you sign up in
conjunction with a class, IIRC. You get more practice questions, and
have a better idea of how the final test will be.
They should have some demos available online for free. You should
check them out to see if they'd be useful to you.
On 12/7/07, Melissa <missy.augustine () gmail com> wrote:
I am signed up to take SANS 504 and along with that I can take the
exam to become certified as a GCIH (GIAC certified Incident Handler
is I believe what it stands for). Anyways I called up SANS to ask them
a question and they *strongly* recommended I do the on-demand learning
thing as well to better help me prepare for the exam.
I was wondering if anyone had any opinions on their suggestion. Is it
just a sales pitch or is the on-demand learning a viable, useful tool
to helping one pass the exam?
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