Ebook: Introducing LFCS Certification Preparation eBook

For years, certifications in the Information Technology world have helped job candidates demonstrate their skills to potential employers.

In the Linux world, this is as true as in any other area, with businesses primarily looking for certified candidates to fill available vacancies. In other words, certifications are a proven way of gaining an advantage when applying for a job.

Since August 2014 you don’t have to travel to a testing center and spend a lot of money in associated expenses to take a certification exam.

Thanks to the Linux Foundation, you can aspire to a world-class certification by taking a monitored online exam from the comfort of your own home.

The Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) is a certification exam offered by The Linux Foundation, which is a performance-based exam that tests your knowledge of Linux system administration and helps you advance your career in Linux.

If you are interested in becoming LFCS certified, I encourage you to start preparing today.

We at Tecmint.com have put together 33 chapters covering the topics required in both exams and reviewed them taking into consideration the many comments we have received over the last 5+ years.

Also, we do our best to keep the book updated with the latest modifications that have been made to the domain competencies of both exams. The last revision of this material on May 11, 2023, which is announced by the Linux Foundation.

What’s inside LFCS eBook?

We are now pleased to present to you those 33 exam objectives with 340+ pages in this ebook (PDF format). That was a constantly-repeated request over that same period – you spoke, and we listened!

LFCS Section (Chapters 1 to 33)

The LFCS Certification Preparation eBook covers all of these topics in detail that includes step-by-step instructions, screenshots, and practice exercises.

  • Chapter 1: Processing Text Streams in Linux
  • Chapter 2: Learn Vi/Vim as a Full-Text Editor
  • Chapter 3: Archiving and Compression Tools / Basic File Permissions and Attributes
  • Chapter 4: Partitioning Storage Devices, Formatting Filesystems, and Configuring Swap Partitions
  • Chapter 5: Setup Network Share (Samba & NFS) File-Systems
  • Chapter 6: Assembling Partitions as RAID Devices
  • Chapter 7: Manage System Services with SysVinit, Systemd, and Upstart
  • Chapter 8: Managing Users & Groups and Enabling sudo Access
  • Chapter 9: Package Management with Yum, RPM, Apt, Dpkg, Aptitude, and Zypper
  • Chapter 10: Learning Basic Shell Scripting and Troubleshooting
  • Chapter 11: Manage and Create LVM Partitions
  • Chapter 12: Linux Help Documentations and Tools
  • Chapter 13: Configure and Troubleshoot Grand Unified Boot-loader (GRUB)
  • Chapter 14: Monitor Linux Processes Resource Usage
  • Chapter 15: Set Kernel Runtime Parameters in Linux
  • Chapter 16: SELinux and AppArmor
  • Chapter 17: Set Access Control Lists (ACLs) and Disk Quotas
  • Chapter 18: Setting Up Network Services NFS, Apache, Squid+SquidGuard, Postfix+Dovecot
  • Chapter 19: Setting Up FTP Server to Allow Anonymous Logins
  • Chapter 20: Setup Recursive Caching DNS Server
  • Chapter 21: Installation and Configuration of MariaDB Database Server
  • Chapter 22: Configuring NFS Shares with Autofs
  • Chapter 23: Setup Apache SSL with Name-Based Virtual Hosting
  • Chapter 24: Setup an Iptables Firewall
  • Chapter 25: Static and Dynamic Routing
  • Chapter 26: Encrypted Filesystems and Swap Space
  • Chapter 27: System Usage, Utilization, and Troubleshooting
  • Chapter 28: Setting up a Network Repository
  • Chapter 29: Network Performance, Security, and Troubleshooting
  • Chapter 30: Managing and Configuring Virtual Machines and Containers
  • Chapter 31: Learn the Basics of Git to Manage Projects Efficiently
  • Chapter 32: Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Networking and Hostname Resolution
  • Chapter 33: Configure Bonding and Bridge Devices

Each chapter demonstrates crucial topics and relevant exam objectives in the beginning and ends with a summary followed by questions and answers.

Additionally, you will notice that we kept some chapters from the previous edition even when those topics are not included in the exams anymore (FTP and database servers are two examples) as a bonus.

If you are serious about becoming a Linux system administrator, then the LFCS Certification Preparation eBook is a must-have resource. It will help you prepare for the exam and give you the skills you need to be successful in your career.

The LFCS eBook is available now for purchase. Order your copy today and start your journey to becoming a certified Linux system administrator!

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286 thoughts on “Ebook: Introducing LFCS Certification Preparation eBook”

    • @Husam,

      In order to access the additional content of LFCS, you will need to repurchase the LFCS book. We’ve recently incorporated 10 new chapters into the book, reflecting the latest changes as of May 11th, 2023.

  1. Hi All,

    The LFCS Certification Preparation eBook is now readily available, reflecting the most recent revision of this comprehensive material as of May 11, 2023.

    This comprehensive study guide will help you prepare for the LFCS exam and become a certified Linux system administrator.

  2. Over the years, I’ve gotten a couple of versions of this eBook (LFCSA). All have been wonderful. I mostly love the screenshots. They are clear, and easy to see, unlike some other books, where, it’s hard to see the screenshots.

    While reading through a topic, I look at the screenshots and do what is in them. This is very helpful to me, are my hands-on experience with learning the subject. Of course, the topics are very clear and easy to follow, which makes learning even better (for me).

    Some other books are very boring and hard to follow, that’s why I love these eBooks. Thank you, Ravi, and your team, for all of your hard work in making such great eBooks. It’s really hard to find good professional books, on the LFCSA.

  3. Linux Foundation Discontinued/Disbanded the LFCE (Linux Foundation Certified Engineer) and it looks like it’s not being updated or coming back so please update the article.

  4. I just received the pdf. I find a lot of study materials. I will give you some feedback after I finish my studies.

  5. Hello, I’m an Indian user, and I’m unable to redirect to the PayPal payment link since it is showing an error page every time. How can I make a purchase by paying through INR currency? Please help.

  6. Once the ebooks have been purchased, how will they be made available, and how long after the purchase does one usually receive them?

  7. I want to buy the lfce book. Is it up to date? I mean as per the content of the current exam? No other payment method apart from PayPal?

  8. Hello,

    Is there a more recent version of the LFCS book?

    The last one that I have is from January 2019. Can this version still be useful to take current exams?

  9. It’s a discount to buy both ebooks (for me 80USD is a too expensive price) I’m from a third-world country (Colombia) I can’t spend 80 dollars on a couple of books.

  10. Hello Ravi,

    My version of the Linux Foundation LFCS and LFCE eBook is dated 2016. On this website, I see, the current one we updated in July 2020. I would like to get an updated copy of the eBook. Do I need to purchase a new copy in order to get an updated version?

    Thank you, for any information you can provide,


    • @Starr,

      The book was last updated in July 2019, till now no updates from Linux Foundation. Yes, you need to purchase again to get the latest copy…

  11. Hello Ravi

    Can you please send me a preview copy of the books?

    Do you sell the books only on this website or in others (like amazon or similar)?

    Thanks in advance

  12. I’m trying to buy this book. But I live in a Socialist Country (Argentina – The new Venezuela) where PayPal is blocked and only the BCRA (central bank) can authorize the transaction.

    Any option for socialist countries/communist? I would like to buy this book. :(


  13. Hi Ravi,

    Firstly I just wanted to say thank you for such a wonderful blog and for sharing so much information with us all!

    I have recently purchased the LFCS training course through the Linux Foundation and to be honest, it isn’t very good and hasn’t helped me prepare for the exam much at all.

    Could I please get a sample of both preparation ebooks to check it has the information I need to help me pass?

    Thanks again for the great work you are doing with sharing your knowledge

  14. Hi, Ravi!

    I purchased your LFCS and LFCE ebook bundle way back 2018. May I still ask for an updated copy of it, because until now, I haven’t taken the certifications yet?

    I hope you could help me with my preparation this year.

  15. Hi Ravi,

    Thanks for your great e-book :) Almost finished reading it.

    Since I am still not completely sure about the domains and competencies of the exam, I wanted to ask the following questions:

    • The book also goes into detail with configuring an NFS share. Is that really part of the exam or did you include it in order to have an environment for testing the mounting? I couldn’t find related points within the domains and competencies.
    • What can I expect from “Restrict access to HTTP proxy servers”? Just configure the Linux machine to use a proxy? Basic Squid configuration? Advanced Squid configuration or even configuring SquidGuard?.

    Thank you in advance for your tips. Any comment could be useful in order to prepare for the exam :)

    • @Cust0m,

      In earlier LFCS Domains and Competencies, the NFS chapter was there, but later in v3.18, they have removed from the syllabus, but we kept the NFS chapter in the book for testing the mounting environment. – Now NFS is not a part of v3.18 exam.

      Squid set up is for configuring Linux machines to use a proxy to access the internet, which enables you to monitor, access, or restrict internet access to users. The advance set up is for web filtering, blocking websites, IP’s, etc..

      • Hi Ravi,

        Thanks for the quick reply – that helps me a lot :)

        As far as squid is concerned: Does that mean, I can expect the basic squid config and configuring the clients to use squid from the exam? And not the advanced setup with web filtering, SquidGuard, etc.?

  16. Hello, I am from Perú and here companies ask for Lpic certification, and my question is :this book can help me too to this kind of certification?

  17. Hi Ravi,

    I have purchased LFCS & LFCE books in the month May 2020, can you please help me with the latest version’s.

    I have tried to reach you

  18. Hi,

    After completing an udemy course and LFS201, I feel that I need some more training material in order to cover all domains of the LFCS exam. The articles on your website look quite promising, but since it is the third resource I might buy, it would be great to receive a preview of the LFCS ebook. If it is possible, it would be awesome if something about managing virtual machines would be included in the preview.

    Best Regards

  19. Hi Ravi,

    Could you please send me the updated version. I first purchased in June 2018. Then you sent me revised in April 2019, but I just never got the time until now to study for exam before this version expires.

    Thank you
    Steve L

    • @Steve,

      No updates yet, April 2019 is the last update. If any updates will distribute updated copies like I do always…

  20. Could you please send me a copy of a sample of both LFCS and LFCE sections. Since it will be $79.99 for me, I want to make sure that I am buying something that’s really worth the price. Also, do these books cover the latest domains of 2020?

  21. Hi Ravi,

    I hope you are well. I purchased the LFCS prep guide back in 2018 which was very useful and I appreciate the hard work you put in to write it. I tried to contact you directly via email earlier in May for an updated version, unfortunately without success. I hope this message will reach you as I would also like to also purchase LFCE prep guide ASAP. Please get in touch if you can.

  22. Could you please send me a copy of a sample of both LFCS and LFCE sections. Since it will be $79.99 for me, I want to make sure that I am buying something that’s really worth the price. Also, do these books cover the latest domains of 2020?

  23. Hi Tecmint,

    I am very interested to buy the LFCS and LFCE certification guide. Can you please send me a preview copy of both.

    I was wondering if I could get some more discounts on top of the existing offer to make it a little more affordable.

  24. Hi Ravi,

    I bought your LFCE Certification Preparation Guide last year but didn’t get a chance to take the exam. I register and planning to take the exam in a couple of months. Was there any update on the LFCE doc.

  25. I bought LFCS/LFCE back in 2018 you sent me the updated doc for LFCS but have not received an updated copy of LFCE.

  26. Hello I am interested in “the Linux Foundation Certified SysAdmin (LFCS) Certification Preparation eBook” and I want to buy it but my account is in local money, can I buy it and the bank or app change in the dollar?

    and is there a way to get a preview eBook?

  27. Hi there,

    I am guessing the international price for your books is in US Dollars?

    I am in NZ, do you have other options to pay apart from PayPal?

    Kind regards

  28. Can you please provide me the sample document of the file, I am interested to buy this LFCS/LFCE certification guide, But I would like to see how clear the topics are documented.


  29. Hello Ravi!

    I have a small question. Actually, there were no discounts on the book during Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday. Do you have any plans for the Christmas sale? I’m ready to buy a book at a discount and support the tecmint project but in the current realities, the book’s cost isn’t commensurate with the cost of Sander van Vogt’s courses.

    Best regards,

  30. Hello Ravi Saive !

    Thank you very much for your hard work!

    I’m really interested in buying this ebook, but something is still unclear for me. How often the LFCS cert is updated?

    Do you update these ebooks every year?

    I saw earlier comments about a version of 2018, and another one of this year and I’m a bit confused.

    • @Marty,

      The Linux Foundation updates exam objectives of LFCS and LFCE mostly on a yearly basis. We update both LFCS and LFCE books whenever new updates are released by Linux Foundation.

      • My main concern is about having the most updated version to pass the exam. I was going to buy this 2019 version, but it shouldn’t be useful as soon as the Linux Foundation updates the exam objectives for the new year.

        As this 2019 version is set to expire soon, and in order to avoid spending the money twice, would it be possible for me to buy it at the normal fee and when the 2020 version will be released at a reduced fee that you’ll propose?

  31. Hello,

    Could you maybe expand a little the explanation of the Bash script (example 3) of the section of tar? I don’t understand how “the filename is redirected to the exclude option”.

    What exclude option?

    Thank you very much

  32. Hi @Ravi, the PDF you sent me has the same content that the content on this website, I was looking for more examples or exercises as it claims to have. “Each chapter demonstrates crucial topics and relevant exam objectives in the beginning and ends with a summary followed by questions and answers.” Could you please check the file you sent me and if it is the most updated one, issue a refund because I don’t see extra value versus what is posted on this amazing web site for free?

    • @Cesar,

      The book contains all the exam objectives with relevant examples with screenshots of each command with output, just go through it you will get idea.

  33. I have not received the latest copy of the LFCS and LFCE I bought this pdf and received the revised copy in 2018 but not in 2019 is there a reason for that ?

  34. Hello Ravi Saive, can you please point me out how to use this ebook with the linux foundation objective? I am very frustrated right now, i feel i have just wasted my money buying this ebook and its not the same as the objective.

    LFCE Domains and Competencies V3.18

    Essential Commands – 5%

    Use version control tools
    Manipulate file content programmatically
    Run commands on many systems simultaneously
    Install Linux Distribution

    Operation of Running Systems – 18%

    Monitor, tune and troubleshoot system performance
    Update operating systems to provide required functionality and security
    Update the kernel and ensure the system is bootable
    Script automation tools to make work faster and more accurate
    Train team members on new technology or changes to existing systems
    Maintain systems via configuration management tools
    Maintain the integrity and availability of hardware
    Develop and test disaster recovery plans
    Support incident management for outages/trouble
    Produce and deliver reports on system use (processor, memory, disk, and network), outages, and user requests
    Monitor security and conduct audits
    Manipulate Linux system during the recovery process
    Use udev for device detection and management
    Configure and modify SELinux/AppArmor policies

    User and Group Management – 10%

    Connect to an external authentication source
    Configure advanced PAM

    Networking – 15%

    Monitor, tune and troubleshoot network performance
    Configure network traffic tunneling
    Configure a system to perform Network Address Translation
    Dynamically route IP traffic
    Implement advanced packet filtering

    Service Configuration – 17%

    Implement and configure an HTTP server
    Implement and configure time synchronization server
    Implement and configure network logging server
    Configure a DHCP server
    Implement and configure an SMTP service
    Implement and configure the HTTP proxy server
    Configure host-based and user-based security for a service
    Implement and configure a centralized authentication server
    Implement and configure a PXE Boot server
    Implement and configure an authoritative DNS server

    Storage Management – 10%

    Manage advanced LVM configuration
    Identify storage devices using block device attributes
    Manage Linux file system features and flags
    Implement and configure remote block storage devices
    Implement and configure network shares

    System Design and Deployment – 25%

    Define a capacity planning strategy
    Conduct post deployment verifications
    Create and maintain software packages
    Create, configure and maintain containers
    Deploy, configure, and maintain high availability/clustering/replication

    • @aston,

      The books contain all the objectives of the v3.18 update of LFCE and LFCS certifications. Just go through the book, you will find each topic in detail with examples..

    • @Ashon,

      It’s not aligned as per Linux foundations, but this book has all topics as per v3.18 objectives. Just read closely each topic, you will get to know.

  35. Hi Ravi, it seems that the latest version I have, is the may 2018 version. Is it still possible to obtain the latest version? Your hard work in making these books is very much appreciated. I already passed my LFCS using your ebook.

    Thanks in advance!!
    Kind regards, Stefan

  36. I received both ebooks. Just to note that the LFCS ebook doesn’t list all the chapters. But chapters are there.

    • @Wilson,

      Sorry for that, It seems I’ve sent you an old version of copy in hurry. Just sent you a new updated copy on the same email address..

  37. Hi Admin,

    for this purchasing, do i eligible for 10 percent discount by using Tecmint deal shop coupon?

    Thank you

  38. Hi,

    Last year I bought “LFCS-LFCE Book June 2018 by TecMint” and I would like to see how can I get update to latest version?

    Thank you in advance


  39. To all Users,

    This is to inform you that, with the last revision of this material in January 2019, we have taken into account version 3.18 of the domains and competencies – and updated the LFCS and LFCE book with 66 chapters covering the topics required in both the exams.

    This list came into effect on April 10, 2018, as announced by the Linux Foundation.

    You can buy these books here: https://www.tecmint.com/linux-foundation-lfcs-lfce-certification-exam-book/

        • Hi, I bought the book in November, I don´t know if is the update versión. Can you send me a copy of the new versión?

        • To be honest, some of the subjects are the same on tecmint.com for example chapter 33 can’t be the preparation of an advanced exam not even intermediate exam

          • @Husam,

            The chapters on tecmint.com are outdated and haven’t updated since long time, I suggest you to purchase book which is updated as on Jan 19th 2019..

    • Hi Ravi,

      I bought the older version of lfcs-lfce complete and then I bought the new version but lfce only since I did not know you’re sending the new versions to those who already bought old version.

      I don’t want the money back and ask for the new lfcs/lfce as I like supporting your efforts, but would it be possible to forward me the complete revised lfcs/lfce version of the ebook?

      I’m yet to take the LFCE second time (failed the first time) so will leave a review once I’m done taking the test, but what I’m seeing is that the revised version of your LFCE has around 95% of the exam covered so the review will very likely be favorable.

  40. Ok. It appears that I also got the May 2018 Revised book. Is there an updated version after this? May I kindly obtain the updated copy.Thank you in advance.

  41. I recently bought this book a week ago. I was looking forward to seeing some hands on lab activities at the end of the chapter. Can you recommend a good resource that has hands on lab activities to practice on?

    • @Chilu,

      We already covered everything with examples and screenshots, and I think which is enough for you to practice on your VM. Just install CentOS or Ubuntu on Virtualbox and start practicing..

  42. I decided to purchase the book but I don’t have Paypal. I have credit card but Paypal does not allow me to pay via it. Is there any other process to purchase this book?

    Thanks in advance.

    • @Pablo,

      The updates are in progress, hopefully this month end LFCE updates will be ready to re-distribute to all users who purchased the book from us..

        • @Pablo,

          So sorry for such a huge delay, its because of v3.18 updates – now there are 29 chapters we’ve included for LFCE exam and also we separated LFCS and LFCE books to avoid confusion. We hopefully release updates this month..

    • @Francesco,

      It’s there, we have already updated the LFCS changes back in June 2018 with v3.18 domains and competencies.

    • @Govind,

      Yes we are working on it, but the whole exam objectives are changed in LFCE, so it means we have to start from scratch, and it takes a time to update the whole book with new updated changes.

  43. Hello Ravi, I read in the comments that on June 2 the new version of the preparation guide for the LFCS / LFCE cerficicación would be released, is this right or is there still time to launch the new version?

    • @Joy,

      Updates are in progress, and will be completed by this month end and all new updated copies will be re-distributed first week of May 2018, till then stay tuned to TecMint.com.

      • Hello

        Is the new version available now? Does it also cover the new competencies of LFCE released in June 2018.


          • @Nonso,

            All updated LFCE and LFCS copies will be re-distributed this weekend, i.e. June 2nd 2018. Till then stay tuned to Tecmint.com for updates..

  44. Is this e-book updated with the latest version of the exams? Are you going to update it once the syllabus change in March?
    I ask because I am not sure if I should purchase it straight away or wait for the update…

    Thank you!

  45. Hello Ravi, yesterday I bought the book for the LFCS / LFCE certification, but I still have not received it, you tell me what the process is like?

    The PayPal transaction number is 4S559381MF6576616.

    I remain attentive to your comments,

    Best regards.

  46. Thanks for the great book. I purchased it earlier this year, but my book and it’s chapter doesn’t match with what this article says. For example the chapter 18 in my book is setting up network services, while here it’s FTP setup. Any chance I got sent the wrong version?

    • @Infernux,

      No need to worry, you’ve got the correct version, we’ve updated the book as per new LFCS and LFCE objectives effective from Feb 2017.

  47. Ravi,

    I purchased this book twice. I second time that I purchased it I thought it was an updated copy (since your website said the book was last updated 2/2017 and the chapters listed on the website are different than to ones in my book (from 2016). I was disappointed that I received the same book twice. Can I get the updated copy of the book, please? Thank you for your time and affect that you put into the making of the book. It is a great book especially since there are one others.

  48. Hie l am writing my LFCS and LFCE in a few months time, and due to work pressure i haven’t been getting much time to practice. Will this book have practical exam questions, that can actually help me in jogging my memory and strengthen my Linux skills..

    • @Farlz,

      This LFCS and LFCE book contains everything about exam objectives with practical examples and screnshots that will help you enough to crack the certification.

  49. The book is good for what I need for the LFCS certification exam in a week from The Linux Foundation. The only problem is that I have to revert some of the examples to Ubuntu 14.04 because all the examples provided by all courses only provide examples from Centos/Red Hat, which are newer than the Ubuntu 14.04.

    They will remove it from the exam in three weeks and for Ubuntu 16.04, which is using the ones from the examples but my exams was paid for last year and its deadline is the the date of the deadline for Ubuntu 14.04.

    Therefore, I do not have a choice. I have been using Ubuntu since 2005 and it was released in October, 2004. I started the testing in April of 2005. Before Ubuntu, I was using Microsoft XP, 2003 Server, and Solaris 8. This book is good for review and I base my opinion on experience. Research will always be the way to learn and this is the base on the building block of our world based on Socrates philosophy.

  50. Hi all,

    I bought this prep guide and really looking forward to studying it for my exam.
    What I really like about this book is that it is focused on practical examples that will be covered on the exam, with a crucial explanation about each topic.

    Thanks to all tecmint crew that made this book, I am warmly recommending it to all you people that are preparing for LFCS-LFCE exam.

    • @Alexandra,

      Yes, we’ve kept the reasonable price for our audience and the book is updated regularly with new exam objectives.

    • @Sunil,

      Yes this LFCS/LFCE book contains same materials as we covered in the article series, but the book is most updated one as compared to article series.

  51. To the Tecmint folks, who have published this book, I passed the LFCS – I used the book as a walk through.
    Great revision reading. The trick to the exam is practice practice practice, this book was really useful.

  52. Ok, I have bought the book and it is very comprehensive and personally I’d consider it to be better than the material you get from the LF.

    I previously sat the virtual training course with the LF and whilst it was excellent and I highly recommended it, there is a lot to be crammed in in the 4 days of training.

    This book, covers the syllabus very well and is good to walk through the examples and write some simple study cards at the same time. I haven’t noticed any syntax errors which makes life easier when trying things out.

    A little tip, practice the big ‘how to’ chapters like LVM/RAID setups and time yourself doing them in a virtual lab or on a Raspberry Pi – You will soon get it down to 5 minutes.

    This book has proved so useful, I printed it off.

    I sit my LFCS next week and I feel better prepared for it already.


  53. I bought the LFCE training from Linux Foundation. For most parts, it’s a lot of “do this”, but no real explanation. To ensure I’m not getting the same lack of explanation with this book, do you have some sample pages?

  54. Hi Ravi, I am interested in this book (course). If there are any revisions or updates will these be passed onto people who purchase the book?. In your opinion, is this book and its content sufficient to pass the exams if followed thoroughly without the need for further books / material from other sources?

    • @Andrew,

      Once you purchase, all future updates of LFCS/LFCE certification are available freely for life. This book is enough to crack the LFCS/LFCE exam in first attempt as it contains everything from the exam point of view..

  55. Hi Ravi, I chose CentOS to do my certification LFCS, how do you manage the different distros on this book? I am able to get advantage from this book? Many thanks

    • @Miguel,

      No issues, you can choose CentOS or Ubuntu or OpenSUSE for your LFCS certification because this book covers all the exam objectives based on CentOS/Ubuntu and OpenSUSE..

  56. Hi!

    Was the book written based on official training? I am afraid that the content does not include all the skills required to take the test.

  57. Hi dude, i bought the book two days ago bit i have a doubt…form the LFCS exam i have to follow from chapter one till chapter 20, am i right?

  58. Hi,

    I’d like to purchase the ebook and was curious about it following the Domains and Competencies of the exam from Feb-02-2016?



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