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Proof of Certification Requirements

Michael Darsow
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Joined: Mar 11, 2012
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Hello there,

i am preparing for the OCEJPA certification exam and i want to take it soon. The prerequirement for the OCEJPA exam is a java programmer certification. I have made such a certification successfully. But i wonder how it is checked that i have this certificate. Do i need to take the paper to the testing center when i take the OCEJPA exam? Or would i not be able to register online when would not have such a certificate?

Thanks!
Abhay Agarwal
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Joined: Feb 29, 2008
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how it is checked that i have this certificate ?

It is validated through candidate id. when you gave previous exam, your profile have been created in Oracle database. Now when you shall give JPA cert, your same profile shall be used.

Do i need to take the paper to the testing center when i take the OCEJPA exam?

So no previous cert document needed.

Would i not be able to register online when would not have such a certificate?

Not sure. Never tried this. hope by register, you mean registration for exam on Pearsonvue.
Frits Walraven
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Abhay Agarwal wrote:
Would i not be able to register online when would not have such a certificate?

Not sure. Never tried this. hope by register, you mean registration for exam on Pearsonvue.

You better not try it. I remember reading a user having problems after the exam (when it was still done by prometric though)
 
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