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Today i come to know that IBM is offering free testing voucher for XML and j2ee...YEah i know it is too late to know ..please any one can help me in deciding whether i should apply for voucher(as it cost 10$)..

Is the limit of 2000 voucher has been over?...
Can i get more then voucher for 2 different tests by paying 10$ once...
any thing else you can tell about this...
 
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You must pay $10 for each test, there is some voucher available until now, but i think you must hurry.
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But one should pass the IBM Sample exam (by paying $10) to be eligible for free voucher.
 
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I looked at IBM's developerWorks XML website, but saw no such offer. Can you share how you found the offer so that others can also try to get in on it?
Thanks!
 
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Nevermind. I found the original thread
 
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