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When is it too late to take Part I and still be able to finish all parts without course attendance

Martin Claesson
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Hi,
I wonder what date you think would be the last date to clear Part I and still have a theoretical chance of clearing both Part II and III without having to attend any Oracle course?

Deadlines are great when studying

Regards,
Martin
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Martin,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

It depends how much time you can spend in a week and how much you already know. I think it is still possible if you start now. Note that the current understanding is that you just have to submit part 2/3 rather than pass them by the deadline. This means you can re-submit part 2 for $300 after the deadline when you've had more time to do it right. It's an extra $300, but a lot less than the course.


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Martin Claesson
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Thank you, Jeanne.

I have now scheduled my Part I exam on 17 May. That will force me to study effectively
If I'm successful I hope to submit the assignment around 20 June, so that there is also time for Part III
Rafael Carneiro
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Martin,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

It depends how much time you can spend in a week and how much you already know. I think it is still possible if you start now. Note that the current understanding is that you just have to submit part 2/3 rather than pass them by the deadline. This means you can re-submit part 2 for $300 after the deadline when you've had more time to do it right. It's an extra $300, but a lot less than the course.


Hi Jeanne,

this means that if I pass in part 1 before the deadline (1 august) and if I send part 2/3 before the deadline and if I not pass in part 2, it's possible for me make the part 2/3 again after the deadline without do the course?

thanks,


Rafael Carneiro
Sharma Ashutosh
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this means that if I pass in part 1 before the deadline (1 august) and if I send part 2/3 before the deadline and if I not pass in part 2, it's possible for me make the part 2/3 again after the deadline without do the course?


As per our understanding, if you submit your part 2 and also appear in part 3 before 1st Aug 2011, then this is one of the possibilities:
1) You fail part 2, then you need to re-submit the part 2 assignment again. Appearance in part 3 is not required even if you fail part 2.
This way you are required to pay $300 for resubmission of part 2 assignment and save on the Oracle Training fees.


Ashutosh Sharma
SCJP 1.2, SCEA 5, Brainbench certified J2EE Developer, Documentum Certified Professional
Blog : http://scea5-passingpart2and3.blogspot.com/
Rafael Carneiro
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Hi Sharma,

do you have some oracle's links about this?
Sharma Ashutosh
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search in javaranch, it is not allowing me to post.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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These are the two links (received by e-mail from Sharma).

webpage 1 and webpage 2
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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