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Oracle Selects Pearson VUE to Deliver Java, Oracle Solaris, MySQL and Other Former Sun Certification

 
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http://www.oracle.com/us/dm/h2fy11/67495-wwou10050470mpp003c003-oem-324657.html

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Ya I too got the same email yesterday...

Got confused...

I checked on prometric site.
It is still allowing scheduling exam in June for java certifications...

there is no pearson site in the city I live...

it was better with Prometric....

If you have any updates.... Please. share...


Thanks,
 
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Yeah, I guess that the Pearson VUE is either more restrictive in giving the 'certified test center' status, or it's just not as popular as Prometric... In my town there is only one certified Pearson VUE center and 5 certified Prometric centers...
 
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