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is it possible to upgrade to ocpjp se 7 after ocpjp se 6?

 
crazysam Ray
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i came to know that to become a certified se 7 programmer i have to pass associate and thn the professional exam!!

suppose if i want to take ocpjp se 6 directly( without taking ocajp se 6). is thi possible???

and if i am a ocpjp se 6 thn how many exams do i have to give to upgrade to se 7?

also suggest that should i take the ocpjp se 6 directly or should i go for ocajp 6 first??

i am ready to do hard work n do everything needfull!! plzzz give me the insights!!

thanks in advance!!!
 
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It's two exams to get to OCPJP 7 either way you go. The choices:
1) OCAJP 7 -> OCPJP 7
2) OCPJP 6 -> upgrade exam for 7

 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:It's two exams to get to OCPJP 7 either way you go. The choices:
1) OCAJP 7 -> OCPJP 7
2) OCPJP 6 -> upgrade exam for 7

Just to clarify. What you called OCPJP 6 really is any version Oracle Certified Professional, Java Programmer OR Any version Sun Certified Java Programmer,
so if someone has OCPJP 5, one exam will suffice.
 
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Pawel Pawlowicz wrote:Just to clarify. What you called OCPJP 6 really is any version Oracle Certified Professional, Java Programmer OR Any version Sun Certified Java Programmer,
so if someone has OCPJP 5, one exam will suffice.

Correct. My understanding is that the original poster doesn't yet hold any certification.
 
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