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what is difference between ocpjp and scjp

 
chain singh
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Hello

Please clear me about ocpjp and scjp and how i can apply for tham?
 
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chain singh wrote:Hello

Please clear me about ocpjp and scjp and how i can apply for tham?

The major difference : SCJP (not 'scjp') does not exist now, and OCPJP (not 'ocpjp') does exist . What exactly do you want to know? Also, did you go through Oracle's official page regarding OCPJP?
 
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hello sir

actually i want to became an OCPJP so i want some help like how i can register for this ?
should i go for 1.7 or 1.6 version ?
 
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chain singh wrote:hello sir

actually i want to became an OCPJP so i want some help like how i can register for this ?
should i go for 1.7 or 1.6 version ?

Now that is a little more specific

Again, you can check the differences on respective webpages (at Oracle site). However, below might help you:
1) If you don't have any prior certification (OCPJP/SCJP), then you are not eligible for OCPJP 7. In that case, you can either go for a) OCPJP 6, or b) OCAJP 7 followed by OCPJP 6
2) If you have any prior version of OCPJP/SCJP, then you can go for OCPJP 7 upgrade exam (which consists of only those topics which were added in OCPJP 7).

I hope this helps.
 
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