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SCWCD voucher cost in india

 
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Hello ranchers,

Can anybody knows the exact cost of SCWCD 1.4 voucher.I have seen it as 4,800 in the following sun web site.

in.sun.com

please tell me the exact price .

Thank you...
 
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It depends on your country...and sometimes they have some promotions.
Try to check it on http://www.sun.com/training/certification/java/index.xml
Good luck!
 
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Hi that depends on you. I bought voucher for INR 6300(Since my company sponsored the certification) . But some of my friends managed to get in INR 5300. Some guys sell for this rate when they are not ready to take the exam.
 
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If you buy it from a Prometric Testing Centre, they'd charge you INR 7200.....it might be for less as well if they're offering discounts.
 
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