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Hi All,
I have gone through the link : https://education.oracle.com/oracle-certified-master-java-ee-6-enterprise-architect/trackp_212

1)In this one, do i have to take mandatory training from oracle for part 1 ? Its costly . But if its the requirement i may plan for it.
2)What do i need to do in step2 - Step2 - Or submit one of these archived courses that you have already completed.
3)In step 3 only after clearing the exam we are getting the certification but what for step 4, step 5, step 6 & step 7 ?

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Swapna,
Yes, you have to take a course. You don't have to do it before taking the test though.  You do have to take it before receiving the cert. (step 7)

Steps 1 and 2 are mutually exclusive. If you have already taken a course, you get to do step 2. It sounds like you haven't, so you do step 1 instead of step 2.

Then there's the three parts of the exam:
Step 3 - multiple choice exam
Step 4 - do the assignment and submit it
Step 5 - skip this step. Don't fail .
Step 6 - take an "essay exam about your assignment
Step 7 - prove you took the course mentioned in step 1 or 2
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Swapna,
Yes, you have to take a course. You don't have to do it before taking the test though.  You do have to take it before receiving the cert. (step 7)

Steps 1 and 2 are mutually exclusive. If you have already taken a course, you get to do step 2. It sounds like you haven't, so you do step 1 instead of step 2.

Then there's the three parts of the exam:
Step 3 - multiple choice exam
Step 4 - do the assignment and submit it
Step 5 - skip this step. Don't fail .
Step 6 - take an "essay exam about your assignment
Step 7 - prove you took the course mentioned in step 1 or 2


Thank you Jeanne.
 
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