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how long does it take to see exam results?

 
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Hi everyone, i took SCJP 1.4 two weeks ago (and passed..)
i got my score report in which it's written that i can see all my answers by logging on to http://www.certmanager.net/sun/
when i enter my registration id and submit it says the user does not exist...
my question is: since this is sun's site, has something gone wrong??
and i haven't received anything from sun yet
(by the way i registered with prometric)
how long does it take to see the exam results and get the certification kit for SCJP?

thanx
 
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I have a similar problem...

I can create a login @ https://www.certmanager.net/~sun_s/assignment.html but I can't @ https://www.certmanager.net/sun

doh??
 
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Write them at suncert@prometric.com, they will do it for you.
 
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