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not clear on whether you can buy vouchers?

 
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I've been searching for posts on vouchers from Oracle for the exam. Oracle seems to say on their site that while you can pay online when you register on the Prometric site, they also seem to allow you to purchase an eVoucher direct from Oracle that is good for 12 months. But, I've also read here that Oracle isn't allowing voucher purchases anymore?

I've some funding at work that expires and I'd like to use it to purchase a voucher, then take the exam early in '11 or possibly not until summer '11. Since I am not sure of the date, it doesn't seem like I can buy through Prometric as it appears I have to schedule a time now?

So, anyone know for sure whether the vouchers can be still be purchased from Oracle? I am in North America. I'd just go give it a shot, but I need to involve the person with the funds to do the ordering, so I'd rather not waste their time if it's not going to work.
 
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An update for anyone else wondering. The Oracle web site did allow me to purchase a voucher and I had it emailed to me a few days later. Expires in one year. So, it seems for the time being, Oracle is still allowing voucher purchases if you live in Canada.
 
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