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How to register CertView account using cyrillic alphabet?

 
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Hello. I'm sorry for silly question but how to register Oracle and CertView account using cyrillic alphabet? I registered Oracle account with cyrillic alphabet as expected but CertView website pulled First name and Last name from Oracle incorrectly like "%D0%94%D0%BC%D0%B8%D1%82". I've reported about this situation to Oracle support but they answered I can edit my account "as I prefer". But I can't because First name and Last name are used for identification in test center and should be the same as my First name and Last name in my local passport. Is there someone who used local passport with cyrillic alphabet for identification on certification exam in test center? It's really interesting how you solved this problem with registration. Thank you.
 
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Hi.

Have you tried to contact local testing center and to ask what kind of ID they accept?
I was in the similar situation, but registered using transliterated name and surname. I was told that combination of local passport (it has only Cyrillic script) and International Travel Passport would be enough.
Here is general Pearson Vue ID policy.
 
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Thank you. Excellent idea about transliteration! I've tried nearest test center but it's closed at the moment via COVID-19 situation. I'll try another one in another city. Thanks again
 
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