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OCPJP certification

 
Roopam Samal
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In Nov 05-2013 I appeared OCPJP exam and I qualified the exam with 88%,missed 90-100% belt for my stupid mistakes
This website helped a lot during my preparation for the exam.thanks to the entire team..

Now I downloaded the e-certificate.I'm not impressed with the ID-proof provided in the e-certificate.
If anyone with name same as of mine has done certification in the same date then he/she will have completely same certificate as of me...
It should be unique..
Oracle team should think about it..

Another problem is that it doesn't mention percentage score in the e-certificate so 61% n 100% has no difference...

I have a request for all of u.I'm continuing last year f my b-tech now.
I have a offer from MNC and I want to increase my accolades before joining the company so kindly suggest me
what more certification I should pursue so that I can work perfectly in the field of java


thanks in advance


 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Roopam,
Learning about web development (Servlets, JSPs, etc) is likely to help you in your upcoming job.

The cert has never had the score on it. I think the idea was that "passing is passing" and people wouldn't worry about a few points different.
 
Robert D. Smith
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Rather the same with law and medicine. Microsoft certs are/were the same also -- passing is passing. And as I recall, my qualification at sub(marine) school worked that way. The only difference there is I graduated with this guy who got one question wrong over the whole course. No one remembers anyone else's score.
 
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