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About the criteria for taking the OCP (IZ0-809) exam.

 
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I had successfully completed my OCA (IZ0-80) exam with a score of 90+% in May 2017. After 2018 June, I had to work as a front-end developer with Typescript and React/Redux, so my plan to continue with OCP (IZ0-809) got postponed to late 2019. From October 2019 I started working as a backend developer with Java/Kotlin and also preparing for the OCP. Now, it came to me know that Oracle certification results are only valid for 18 months. Does it mean that I have to retake OCA again to be eligible for OCP exam? I have revised all the chapters and almost ready for OCP exam, but I am very unsure what my next step should be. Once option would be to take the new Java 11 exam, but then I have to go through a 1000+ page thick book. Any suggestions will be very much welcomed.
 
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I've asked the same question regarding 18 months certificate validity in other post: https://coderanch.com/t/741697/certification/exam-expiration-recertification
As per Mikalai answer, Java Developer certification has no expiration
On Oracle web site, I was unable to find any clear indication...
 
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Hi Dmitry,
I thought the same, but then I found this one : https://education.oracle.com/certification-program-guidelines
 
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