I've taken it and passed it.
The approach I take is focus on the end result.
Unless a specific approach is prescribed, I usually take the route I'm most 
familiar with.

Something that threw me when I took the exam was the questions on ad-hoc 

I primarily write playbooks, so little syntax differences got me a bit, so 
I'd certainly suggest being familiar.

On Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 4:48:32 AM UTC-4, jme wrote:
> Hello All,
> I'm not really sure if is it the right post, but I've a question about the 
> RHEL Ansible exam.
> I've been to the exam twice and I didn't pass both of them. The second 
> time I thought it was good because all my tests were correct from my point 
> of view. (Well, I didn't reboot the VM to control it).
> Unfortunately RHEL does not give any indication to know our failure or in 
> which domain the problem is...
> Has anyone ever taken this exam? Do you have any tips that might help me 
> and encourage me to continue?
> Thank in advance,
> Regards, J.

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