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regarding sun voucher..

 
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I don't know weather this question can be posted in this forum or not but please help me..
I want to give SCJP 5.0 for which my friend has a voucher and i am
planning to get the voucher from him i want to know :
1. Is the voucher transferable??(can it be on my name? if so kindly
tell me the procedure..)(I just want certificate on my name)
2. How do i identify that the voucher is not used??
3. what should i look to see that voucher is valid for SCJP 1.5
paper(in india)??
4. How do i identify that the voucher is not expired??



 
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1. Yes, the voucher is transferable. The voucher itself isn't associated with any specific name. You specify your identity when booking the exam with Prometric. The voucher is just an indication that you've paid for the right to take the exam.

2. I believe the Prometric staff will usually take the voucher from you when you take the exam, so if you still have the voucher, then it should still be unused. If you book the exam online, Prometric's web site will validate your voucher number, and this might also check to see if it's still unused.

3. A Sun exam voucher can be used for any Sun exam (those beginning with the 310- prefix) of the same price, so it doesn't have to be specifically associated with the SCJP exam. Not sure if there are special requirements in India, but Sun exam vouchers are normally valid worldwide.

4. The expiration date is printed on the voucher itself.
[ November 09, 2007: Message edited by: Kelvin Lim ]
 
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thanks pal..
really you are a life saver and of course a java gem..
 
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