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Difference between 1Z0-813 and 1Z0-809

 
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I am currenty SCJP for Java SE 6. It says here https://education.oracle.com/oracle-certified-professional-java-se-8-programmer/trackp_357 on Step 2 that I could take 1Z0-813 instead of 1Z0-808. My question is, if I take 1Z0-813 do I still have to take 1Z0-809?
 
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gino quetua wrote:I am currenty SCJP for Java SE 6. It says here https://education.oracle.com/oracle-certified-professional-java-se-8-programmer/trackp_357 on Step 2 that I could take 1Z0-813 instead of 1Z0-808. My question is, if I take 1Z0-813 do I still have to take 1Z0-809?


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