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How to request for the JCert Certification

 
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Would anyone please provide info regarding how and where to send the score reports for JCert Enterprise Developer Certification (IBM)? I read some posts here about that, but just could not find. (I visited IBM's sites and also sent email to certify@us.ibm.com a few days but there has been no luck as of this writing :-(
BTW, BEA's respose is really quick, unfortunately it's no more with Jcert any more (of course my own understanding)
Thanks a lot.
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Thanks for bringing this up. I also want to know this. If anyone has the info, please let us know how to get it.
 
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I just checked JCert site, it says:
19. When will I receive my certificate for a jCert-recognized certification?
With most certification programs, you should receive your certificate of completion four to eight weeks after passing all the required job-role exams. For information about a specific exam, refer to the certifying organization that publishes the exam. You can use the jCert Job Roles Roadmap to identify specific exams and link to details.
So, we do not need to send anything to them, we just wait, right?
 
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Here is from FAQs at http://www.jcer.org
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18. Who will issue my certificate: jCert or the certifying organization that published the exam? Who issues my certificate if multiple exams are required?
The certificate for passing any jCert-recognized exam is issued by the certifying organization that publishes the exam. All certificates that satisfy requirements for jCert job roles are branded with two logos: the jCert logo and the vendor's or certifying organization's logo. The jCert Initiative does not issue separate certificates for fulfilling job-role certification requirements.
The jCert Solution Developer and Enterprise Developer job roles each require certificants to pass one or more core exams and an elective vendor exam. For these certifications, the vendor selected to fulfill the elective vendor exam requirement will be the certifying organization that will send the jCert Solution Developer or jCert Enterprise Developer certificate to the candidate. This certificate will be branded with two logos: the vendor's logo and the jCert logo. For these certifications, <H1>the candidate must send a copy of the passing score report for each required core exam prior to receiving the jCert Solution Developer or jCert Enterprise Developer certification</H1>. Visit the Job Roles page for more information.
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I received my other certificates from IBM, but no Jcert


Thanks for sharing info
 
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