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EX188 vs EX188K

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Hi,

I am trying to buy EX188 exam credits, but it seems to list only "EX188K".

Is there a difference? What does the "K" notify?

Thanks,

Dev

 

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Fran_Garcia
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EX188 (and exams without the 'K') are exams delivered as a part of an in-person training event, usually at the end of the week.

EX188K is an exam that is schedulable at a training center at will (depending on availability), or can be taken at home with your own computer via a Boot ISO. Exams can be later scheduled at https://rhtapps.redhat.com/individualexamscheduler/ .

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Fran_Garcia
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EX188 (and exams without the 'K') are exams delivered as a part of an in-person training event, usually at the end of the week.

EX188K is an exam that is schedulable at a training center at will (depending on availability), or can be taken at home with your own computer via a Boot ISO. Exams can be later scheduled at https://rhtapps.redhat.com/individualexamscheduler/ .

Mostafa1
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K means Kiosk which are individual exams that you can take remotely or as individual exam in a testing center.

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Can someon eplease tell me how you register for this exam ? I went into https://training-lms.redhat.com/ but it only lets me pay with training units. Not sure what training units mean or how i can buy it. The checkout pages shows 6194 MXN$ but im ubale to choose an option to pay with my bank. Kindly help.

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Mostafa1
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@talktosanjay3  It depends on your country. I see that you are from Mexico. I am not sure what is the situation of Mexico but some countries are not allowed to place direct order n Red Hat Website, in this case, you'll have to place the order through a local Red Hat Partner in your country. I suggest to open a ticket with Red Hat to clarify that and get the contacts of your local partner. They will direct you to the Red Hat sales team that handles your region.

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