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Hello All,

I have a doubt. Can I take OCAJP exam on Saturday? (I live in USA).

Thanks
 
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This all depends on the hours of the testing center that you take the exam at. If the testing center is open on a Saturday then you probably can.
It's probably best that you visit pearsonvue.com/oracle, logging in then you can and see which testing centers you could use for the exam.
You can also book your exam by visiting pearsonvue.com/oracle and logging in.
Sometimes some testing centers have a back log and the next available exam date could be days away or weeks away.
 
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The USA is a large place . Where I live in New York City, there are centers that are open on Saturdays.

As Pete said, you'll have to check your area. You can search for appointments on pearsonvue without paying anything/actually signing up to take the exam.
 
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