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I am getting my RCDD this year. I have been studying tediously for 6 months. I don't want to fail. They recommend you take some courses before the exam itself. Mainly speaking, the ITS Fundamentals, the DD102 which is the Design Course, and the DD200 which is strictly a review course for the exam.(Mainly based on what you study in the TDMM and the DD102 course.)

Which, if any of these courses do you believe to be vital to success on the exam? I have 4 1/2 years of design basics under my belt and that with the studying, flash cards, quizzes and reading. I would like to know from someone who has passed or even failed the RCDD exam, what they thought to be the valuable tools for passing with flying colors and confidence.

Thank you for your time and input.

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