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Can I register for the exam now!!

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I was just curious to know that can i still avail of the voucher for SCBCD.I wasn't aware of the exam.I plan to give it immediate if I can get a voucher.I have been working in EJB for 1.5 yrs and getting this exam in my belt would be a nice way to establish my credentials.
Please help....
By the way this is the messahe which i got when i mailed to ...reg4beta@central.sun.com
Thank you for your interest in our Beta Examination of the Sun Certified
Business Component Developer for J2EE. Unfortunately, due to high demand,
there is no longer space available to receive a voucher.
We look forward to your participation in this certification program in the
future and welcome your questions.
Does that signify that it is over..please anyone confirm the same..
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I suggest you have a look around this newsgroup, as I believe that Evelyn has posted her email address for these kind of enquiries.
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Dear Rishi,
I think you should mail to evelyn and ask for the voucher, you have a good chance to get one yet.
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