I am glad to inform you all that I have cleared CKA exam successfully in first attempt with very good score and I have attempted 16 questions in 90 minutes and I was stuck in jsonpath(I know I didnt prepared well on it).
This has achieved after lot of practice on different topics and kiler.sh will help you gain confident before going for the exam.
This exam has different level of experience compare to CKAD(I have cleared CKAD in Feb 2021 and both have different level of difficulty)
@Mumshad Mannambeth @Tej_Singh_Rana – Your course on CKA and support on slack channel to clear each and every small doubts are really amazing and I really thank you and your team for all your effort to create such wonderful course and support channel and god bless for your company brighter future and better success.
I would like to thanks to entire slack channel members for your active support and suggestion.
basavaraj-nilakanthe-certified-kubernetes-administrator-cka-certificate.pdf (701 KB)
Mayur Shivram Kadam:
Congrats Basav. Great Job.
Mayur Shivram Kadam:
@Basavraj Nilkanthe: I had read killer.sh is available for 36 hours only to practise and what benefit it gives apart from the mock exams we have in kodekloud ?
And from exam point of view which topics we should focus/put more stress on ?
congrats @Basavraj Nilkanthe
@Basavraj Nilkanthe congratulations
Thank you all
@Mayur Shivram Kadam Apology for delay, killer.sh will give you actual environment lab feeling and it will give highest level of analysis of problems and lot of different kind of scenario… Its harder than actual exam… But if you score 70+ in first attempt assume that you are CKA certified… For my experience focus more on kubelet troubleshooting issue and understand each and every configuration ok kubelet… It has highest weightage question… Also focus more network policy, etcd backup and restore… Understand service, deployment better way
Do lot of practice until you solve such questions in less time
COngrats @Basavraj Nilkanthe well deserved … how much did you score
Thank you mate
Actually etcd and jsonpath
yeah those are tricky ones