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Java Sun Certification

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i stay in chennai, india
i want to know, how to get java sun certification from where
we are staying what are the formalities, courses, fees etc.
if anyone knowledgable please tell me and help me
i need a certification to get a respectable job

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Hello Vijay,

Welcome to Javaranch!

Please visit the 'Professional certification' section under which you can check the 'Programmer Certification (SCJP)' forum.

Please use the search first to find out the info you need in the earlier posts.

You can also visit the sun site for certification details.
The exam can be taken at the nearest prometric centres. visit for the same

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SCJP 1.4 voucher costs 150 dollars. You can get it from prometric centres in Chennai. My advice would be not to do any course for doing the certification. The best way is to buy a book and workout small programs to hold a grip of it. Then try to take practice exams. Once you are confident you can take the test in any of the prometric centres again.
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