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Does score really matter as long as you pass?

 
Xavier Darque
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I'm just starting to prepare for the exam. Now, even though I'm more about getting certified in order to improve my skills as opposed to just having the paper, what I'm wondering is this:
Does your score actually matter, as long as you pass? That is, when you tell employers that you passed the test (either Programmer or Developer), do they want to know your score as well, or are they just satisfied with knowing you passed? The reason I ask is because it seems there is quite a difference between someone who squeezes by with a 61% and someone who aces it with a 100% (even though I've yet to hear of either extreme)...
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Xavier
 
Melissa Obark
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From my experience, most folks do not care what score you received....as long as you passed. That said, it is very common to put your score on your resume if it is higher than 90%.
[This message has been edited by Melissa Obark (edited March 28, 2001).]
 
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