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Since we are still waiting, let's have some fun and see whose guess is getting hit

I guess it will be 60%.
 
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My guess is 62% .... same as SCWCD 1.4
 
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Then, my guess is 55, same as SCMAD.

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Hi Nicholas
How was this test: 1z1-036 Managing Oracle9i on Linux Beta Exam ???
Is it good???

bye
 
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Oracle said the result will be announced in early July, and thus, I still need to wait.

However, as of the promotion, if a beta tester passes or tends to pass 1z1-036, he will receive a free voucher for 1z1-040 exam, and I did receive that voucher, and thus, I guess, even fail, my score will be very closed to the passing rate.

Nick
 
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Eeeehhhh......

I guess 51. If correct, got any prize???
 
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My guess is 55
 
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I think 55%
 
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I'll toss my hat in and say it'll probably be around 55, since I like that number. The recent exams all seem to tend between the mid-fifties and mid-sixties.

However, that being said, I will go one step further and predict that whatever the passing score will be, my score will be one question less than is required for passing.
 
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75% I think because the exam was easy, I may get some 40%.
 
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My guess is 63%

Regards,
 
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Well...my guess is 65

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65%
 
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Like Nancy and Jack, I guess it will be 65%.
 
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61%
 
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same here! 61?
 
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I guess its 59%
 
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I would go with 55% same as SCMAD, 'cos I feel both the technologies are in the same boat as far as their acceptance and usage is concerned. With only portions of Webservices in better use than actual webservices as a whole.
[ June 29, 2004: Message edited by: Siraj Shaik ]
 
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68% is higher than other exam.
 
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It only means this exam is easier to take than others, doesn't it?
 
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60%
 
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Vijay I guess you didn't see this post:
https://coderanch.com/t/148136/java-Web-Services-SCDJWS/certification/SCDJWS-Passing-Score
 
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Originally posted by Tong Chen:
It only means this exam is easier to take than others, doesn't it?



might be.
I think the SCJP is the hardest exam, the SCWCD is easier and SCBCD is just OK.
 
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I don't think SCJP was the hardest. I've seen a few posts scoring 100% in SCJP around here and not to mention a lot of good grades too.
 
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