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P_ABAP_70 vs C_TAW12_70?

Hello everyone!

1) Does anybody know whether I have to pass C_TAW12_70 before I can take P_ABAP_70? Or I can take P_ABAP_70 without any previous exams?

2) On the page about P_ABAP_70 it's said that "Professional Certifications are targeting profiles with minimum 4 - 7 years of experience. Besides the recommended education courses also practical job experience is required and tested."

Does it mean that if I have only 2 year experience I'm not allowed to take this exam? How my practical job experience will be tested??

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2010 at 06:46 AM

    1) You can take exams independently of each other...

    2) No idea!

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    Posted on Apr 16, 2011 at 12:57 AM

    basiclly there is no restriction, unless it is restriction per country, you can write any of these certification if you submit the application, and no experience is asked, check out the both exam reviews:

    http://www.abap.co.za/index.php/certifications/ctaw1270

    http://www.abap.co.za/index.php/certifications/pabap70

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  • Posted on Apr 17, 2011 at 09:45 PM

    Hi,

    As far as I know, you can take any exam you want at any time. Just pay the exam fee! (There do seem to be some restrictions in India though).

    As for the guidelines you quoted, SAP is just saying that you'll have a hard time passing the Professional exam without 4-7 years' experience.

    Whether that is true, I'm not so sure. After all, it is multiple choice, and the pass mark is (from recent reports) quite low. So you might get lucky. Good luck!

    hth

    Paul Bakker

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