Thanks for your quick response it helped me a lot :-)
One more question i can see the wire transfer payment method when i click on buy button on Oracle Website to purchase training but i don't know the account number to transfer payments using wire.
Do you know the account no or any step by step guide to order the training ?
Also can i pay using my Master Debit or Credit Card ? and if i complete OCMJD without training and then i purchase training after some time then is it possible to get the certificate ? or i must purchase the training first in order to get the cert ?
Actually i don't have enough money to purchase the training for now i just want to get the other things done first like (assignment and essay exam) then after completing these two things i'll purchase the training to get the certificate is that fine ?
I didn't purchase the training myself, because when I passed this certification the training was not a requirement, so can't help you with the purchasing process.
As far as I know you can definitely finish assignment and the essay exam before taking the training. You have to fulfill a form (to inform Oracle you took the training) and that's (on OCMKD certification page) the 5th step of the certification. You can always contact oracle support with your questions to be 100% sure.
From OCMJD certification page: BOTH assignment and essay must be submitted within 6 months of assignment purchase date. No exceptions. If you do not submit assignment and essay before the deadline, you will be required to purchase a new assignment. Assignment must be submitted before you can register for the essay.
I purchased an training from Oracle some time ago (to be used for my OCMJD -- still ongoing).
I contacted Polish Oracle support and they arranged everything for me. I just had to pay ;).
So my suggestion is, just contact Oracle and ask them about anything you need to know.
As Roel said, you might finish the assignment first and buy a training some time after that.
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