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Should I read Exam #1 topics for Exam #2

 
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Its been a while since gave Exam #1 (1Z0-808). Now, I'm planning to start preparing for Exam #2 (1Z0-809). Should I read the book for Exam #1 to tackle Exam #2?
 
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I had more than a year between 1Z0-808 and 1Z0-809. Before going for 1Z0-809 I did not really go through 1Z0-808 topics again, as I remember, 1Z0-809 does not really ask about those concepts, at least not in detail as in the case of 1Z0-808.
 
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Thank you!
 
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Keerthi,
Only if you've forgotten a concept. And you can pull out your 808 materials as needed. (when you need to review something).

The focus of the exams is different. But the 809 takes things for granted like you knowing how loops work.
 
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