Thanks for the helpfult info. Your advice from the link seems to be inline with what I was thinking. I have been doing storage for a while with other vendors and the ISM seemed to be a generic overview of storage technology, so I just wanted to make sure I didn't underestimate the test and show up unprepared. I scheduled the test for the 12th of this month, should be plenty of time to brush up on some weak areas.
If you have gone through the ISMv2 VILT, you should have a good grounding for the exam. How did you do on the practice exam? You should look at your results to identify the areas you could use more work on. It sounds like you're doing all the right things, so I'd say use the remaining time before your exam to keep reviewing and take the practice test again.
Good luck on your exam!
Glad to know, I was able to help!
Oh, 12th August! Well I know how fast day goes if you are working! It would be wise to catch up on weak areas and immediately give the Practice Test! If you are scoring 75% plus in most practice test then do not over stress yourself
Thanks, I have to finish the VILT. It is a bit boring, but I have picked up a thing or two, so I won't skip over too much. I'll post back results next week.
As an update, I provisionally passed. 75%. As for advice, those sections you think you know, go ahead and listen to the training anyway. I skipped the cloud computing module and I did poorly in this area. All other areas about 75-85%.