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I contacted RedHat and they have verified that right now there is no RedHat exam centre in Xinjiag, China.
You might want to ask them if any companies have held tests in the past, and contact those companies to see if they will do so again in the future. A large company can sponsor a test, which it may do because a number of its employees will be taking it. Of course, taking a scheduled test in another city may be the best option.
... but, maybe, first you should seriously ask yourself ...
"If there are no RHCE exam centers in China, then why am I so utterly convinced that it makes the slightest bit of difference to anyone around here whether I have passed this exam, or not?"
You're not in college anymore . . .
I hate to break it to ya, but ... exams are products, and they are sold to people just like you. Maybe you want someone to sell you (Willy Wonka's) "Golden Ticket," and they are all too happy to oblige.
Last edited by sundialsvcs; 05-11-2011 at 05:34 PM.
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What I don't understand is why all the way from Lahore, PK you are interested in Xinjiang? Any friends there? As far as I know, the tests are the same wherever you take them. No quota, concessions etc.