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Ocpjp registration in India

 
Gaurang Rathod
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Hello

I want to take Ocpjp 6 exam in next 20 days in India.

Q I went to Pearson center and their fees is Rs 10,425 as opposed to Oracle's website mentioned fees 8014. Why so??

Q Pearson center says that after exam is finished, I wont get result immediately. Result will be available on email by Oracle after half an hour after test. Is that normal??

Q I guess I can purchase voucher from Oracle and/or Prometric site, right (being in India) ? Which is the best option?

 
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Gaurang Rathod wrote:

Q I went to Pearson center and their fees is Rs 10,425 as opposed to Oracle's website mentioned fees 8014. Why so??


OCPJP Fee 150 usd = 150 * 60
= rs 9000 + some % tax

Gaurang Rathod wrote:Q Pearson center says that after exam is finished, I wont get result immediately. Result will be available on email by Oracle after half an hour after test. Is that normal??


Yes it is . I gave this exam 2 week back and was required to create an oracle id where your result will be sent .

Gaurang Rathod wrote:Q I guess I can purchase voucher from Oracle and/or Prometric site, right (being in India) ? Which is the best option?



I will suggest you to got to any one of the NIIT center and get the voucher for Rs 9005 and this will be valid for 1 year.

ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR EXAM !!
 
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Thanks for quick reply.

There is an NIIT center in my city, but it's not mentioned in list of Pearson's Authorized test centres. Anyway, I' ll go check out that center.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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