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Pass Part II/III with very low score

 
Lipman Li
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I just check the CertManager Site, and received the exam results, even though the score not sastisfactory, It's OK for me as I did not really work hard, there's a lot things need to do, I could not concentrate on the assignment all the time.
thank to all people here, specialy those who received high score
also thank people in the Sun, their processing is really fast, I took the Part III at July 11.
see below details:
The maximum number of points you could have received is 100, minimum to pass is 70. Class Diagram (44 maximum) .......................... 37
Component Diagram (44maximum) ...................... 27
Sequence/Collaboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 12
AS my score is low, I don't think there's much people to want my low score experience
anyway, I'll share my experience if anybody ask.
Lipman
SCJP2, SCJD2, SCEA
[ July 22, 2002: Message edited by: Lipman Li ]
 
Franky Cheung
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Congratulations Lipman!!
That's alright, you did pass!!
would you describe on how you approach your design. I am also working for the class diagram now. However, I usually change my mind, just step foreward and backward, hard to make the final decision, especially on the part of how the customers reserve their seat and the making of flight schedule. would you give me any advise ??
Cheers/Franky
 
Lipman Li
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Originally posted by Franky Cheung:

would you describe on how you approach your design. I am also working for the class diagram now. However, I usually change my mind, just step foreward and backward, hard to make the final decision,
Cheers/Franky

Actually the whole process is iteration, at the end the maturity model could be produced.
Originally posted by Franky Cheung:
especially on the part of how the customers reserve their seat and the making of flight schedule. would you give me any advise ??
Cheers/Franky

This is the part grader will see how you solve it.
you could make some assumption, to make your life easier.
 
tom walters
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this brings up an interesting question. if you do pass the exam with the min score, will your cert be worth much to a potential employer? I know you learned much from the experience but will most employers dismiss your cert when you just pass? Do they even ask about your score?
 
Lipman Li
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yeah, I also feel embarrassed, if not shame.
has anybody here been asked for score passed the cert exam? I think that most people here are employee, not employer, may not know what the employer think about.
I'll consider resubmit my assignment
 
Unni Kuttan
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I would rather spend that dough on a little vacation. There are so many factors to scoring in an assignment like this and many are out of your control. I would be happy with any passing score. The important thing is what you learnt from the experience.
Enjoy your success!
 
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