Thanks everyone. My learning path was exclusively through Linux Academy. It's important to take advantage of the virtual machine servers that you can spin up to test on. If there is anything you are unsure of, or have a thought in your head of 'I wonder what this does' then you should go ahead and do it on the practice servers. If you mess it up you can always start a new server. I also found the flashcards, although a bit of a grind, to be useful in memorization. Finally make sure you check out the study guide, and go through and understand everything. There will be questions on the Exam that look correct, but then you start to question yourself if it is or not. Albeit annoying, this is the reality of the exam. It's not super hard - you just have to understand what certain commands and switches do. Unfortunately you can't reference 'man' or 'apropos' so just try to use a mnemonic for the switches. Hope that helps anyone else in the future!