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scored 93% in OCPJP 6

Aakash Garg
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Joined: Mar 30, 2012
Posts: 1
Cleared OCPJP 6 with 93%. K&B book was awesome everything was a modification(override) of those questions, though i didn't study much but I'm programming in java from last 2 years.
Unexpectedly there were questions from wait(), nortify() and nortifyAll() altough i managed them all. Serialization wasn't there.
The questions were pretty trivial to answer.

1) I want to know what to do next to get my SUCCESS KIT. I already have my pearson and oracle account. I'm from India.
2.) Also, what all things will be there in the SUCCESS KIT.
3) I want to use it for interviews in 2 weeks or so I need to show it to recruiters. How can they see my score or how can I make it publicly accessible.

Thanks.
Prajwal Shetty
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Joined: May 26, 2011
Posts: 33

Congratulations Ankit

Did you create your CertView account ???

1)You will get the e-Certificate after 3-5 days of the exam to your registered emailId.
The mail will contain a link to opt for the shipment of hardcopy, just click it an your are done. You will receive the success kit within 4-6 weeks.
2)The Success Kit will contain
a)Welcome Letter
b)OCPJP Certificate
c)ID Card
3)Now about the interviews, there is an option in CertView. Go to the Certification Status-> Publish Credentials to 3rd Parties -> type in the emailId of the recruiter
The recruiter will receive a secure link and password to view your certification. Do remember that the link and password are valid only for a certain time.
Do carry the print of the e-Certificate if you want to avoid this ;)

If you have any more questions, just visit this page


Regards,
Prajwal


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