Since September Oracle changed the way to register for its certification exams, including the Java OCP 17 Developer which is the one I am preparing, but I could not find any documentation about where to actually take the exam.
I know there is the option to take it from home office, but what about going to an exam center in person?
Is this still a valid option? If so, are the recognized exam centers the same as before?
Does anyone know?
hi, do you know thought, if they allow to have a piece of paper, or all notes must be done only online ? If they made such a change, imho they should allow to have just one blank piece of paper t. It is so much faster doing notes on paper then online during this kind of tests.
Ilenia Salvadori wrote:Hi!
I have recently opened a ticket to Oracle asking that and I got confirmation that you can take the exam only online now.
It's a pity! I would have preferred to take it in person.
They can't allow paper because then you'd be able to keep something after the exam. Whereas in the exam center, the proctor took the writing materials after.
I like writing on paper too, but I do understand that. I don't know if it is true, but I heard someone say there isn't even an online scratchpad. I've been trying to get confirmation on that one way or the other.