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Web services certification - 1Z0-897

 
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Hello

I already have SCJP certification.

Do I need to take Oracle training for certification - 1Z0-897 ? Or I can directly give this certification?

Best Regards
Tejas



 
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No, that's not required. Just study and take the exam.
 
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Tejas Bavishi wrote:Hello


Do I need to take Oracle training for certification - 1Z0-897 ?



Tejas Bavishi

Taking Oracle Training for this exam is not mandatory, finding some good material from web and start your preparation then go for the exam. I suggest you to try the trial version of EPractize Labs OCEJWSD training lab material before buy it. The trial version available for free of cost.

Still you have any confusion about this exam, go through the following article.

http://www.epractizelabs.com/blog2/?p=110
 
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Thank you for your response
 
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