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My final paper was conducted in 2013 which was mentioned in the transcript and year of passing mentioned on my transcript was 2014.so what should i write on my cv as an year of passing? since by batch was 2009-2013.
either 2013 or 2014 since my final paper was conducted in 2013.
 
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On 14th December 2013 I sat the OCXYZ999 exam, which I passed.

 
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Rayan: Welcome to CodeRanch

Campbell: I think he is talking about university, not cert exams. Because he mentions a 4 year range.

I'd recommend saying 2014. It's what your transcript says and it is more recent. For new grads, they will often say "December 2013" to clear up any ambiguity. But this only matters because the employer needs to know when the candidate is available to work full time. Your degree was about 5 years ago. So all anybody cares about is that it exists. The year isn't important anymore; your work experience is.
 
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