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fmarchioni
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Is it possible to refresh an exam before it expires?

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Hi all,

I have some certifications from my RHCA that will expire next year. Would it be possible to retake one exam, such as ex183, that I already have in order to refresh the expiration?

Thanks

Francesco

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Tess
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Interesting question. To my understanding, yes, because RHCA requires you to have five active certifications above RHCE. 

I could be wrong. But this is how I've understood it. 

EDIT:

Yes, it seems I'm right.

https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/renewing-your-red-hat-certification-how-stay-current

To retain RHCA you must have a minimum of five active certifications above RHCE. You can keep renewing the same five, or you can opt for a new different one. 

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Tess
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Interesting question. To my understanding, yes, because RHCA requires you to have five active certifications above RHCE. 

I could be wrong. But this is how I've understood it. 

EDIT:

Yes, it seems I'm right.

https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/renewing-your-red-hat-certification-how-stay-current

To retain RHCA you must have a minimum of five active certifications above RHCE. You can keep renewing the same five, or you can opt for a new different one. 

Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @fmarchioni !

Yes,  as @Tess mentioned any 5 active certs ( specialist ) would do the renewal. 

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