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palak kumar
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hi there,
do we get any printout or something after we clear the exam which we can show our employer?

i have an interview this Sunday and i have planned to take OCPJP 6 on Saturday. So, will i get any proof after clearing the exam which will help me the next day.

i've read something of eCertificate? when will i get it? what do i do?


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Henry Wong
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palak kumar wrote:hi there,
do we get any printout or something after we clear the exam which we can show our employer?

i have an interview this Sunday and i have planned to take OCPJP 6 on Saturday. So, will i get any proof after clearing the exam which will help me the next day.

i've read something of eCertificate? when will i get it? what do i do?



Not answering this question... but IMO, I wouldn't worry about the certificate too much. Just tell them that you are certified, and dive into the technical interview. Since the purpose of the certification during the interview is to go much deeper technically; if you tell them you are certified (which is the truth), then you can skip the easy questions and jump right to the hard questions. This should give you much more time to get to the really hard questions.... if they really need a copy of the certification, you can send that later.

Henry


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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You get a printout of your score. It's not a certificate, but it does say you passed.


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palak kumar
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thanks for the help,, appreciate it,,
 
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