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From what I can tell, the least expensive way to fulfill the course requirement is the Java SE 7 New Features self-study at $710 US.

Can anyone please suggest if there is a less expensive alternative way to fulfill the course requirement?

Thank you,

Michael
 
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Michael Clare wrote:From what I can tell, the least expensive way to fulfill the course requirement is the Java SE 7 New Features self-study at $710 US.

Can anyone please suggest if there is a less expensive alternative way to fulfill the course requirement?


Unfortunately the self-study CD will not fulfill the training requirement.

On this page you'll find the following quote:

Step 2 - Complete one of these courses. wrote:Courses can be instructor-led in-class (ILT), a live virtual class (LVC), training on demand (TOD), or Unlimited Learning Subscription. Self-study CD and online courses are great preparation tools, but do not fulfill the training requirement.



Hope it helps!
Kind regards,
Roel
 
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Roel De Nijs wrote:

Michael Clare wrote:From what I can tell, the least expensive way to fulfill the course requirement is the Java SE 7 New Features self-study at $710 US.

Can anyone please suggest if there is a less expensive alternative way to fulfill the course requirement?


Unfortunately the self-study CD will not fulfill the training requirement.

On this page you'll find the following quote:

Step 2 - Complete one of these courses. wrote:Courses can be instructor-led in-class (ILT), a live virtual class (LVC), training on demand (TOD), or Unlimited Learning Subscription. Self-study CD and online courses are great preparation tools, but do not fulfill the training requirement.



Hope it helps!
Kind regards,
Roel



I just now completed "Object oriented Analysis and Design using UML Ed 2" which satisfies the prerequisite requirement for OCMJD (previously SCJD).

I plan to register for OCMJD / SCJD soon.
 
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Mahesh Kumaraguru wrote:I just now completed "Object oriented Analysis and Design using UML Ed 2" which satisfies the prerequisite requirement for OCMJD (previously SCJD).


Good choice! That satisfies the mandatory course requirement for the OCMJEA certification as well.
 
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