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Sun Germany Increased Prices for SCEA Certification

 
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I was really surprised opening the price list for SUN certification in Germany. Prices have been increased to 40% (!!!) comparing to Januar 2006.

I part SCEA 210 Euro + 16% VAT (was recently ca. 150 Euro + 16% VAT)
II part SCEA 345 Euro + 16% VAT (was recently ca. 245 Euro + 16% VAT)
III part SCEA 210 Euro + 16% VAT (was recently ca. 150 Euro + 16% VAT)

The basic calculation returns the total price is 887 Euro (incl. VAT).
The sertification in the U.S.A. is even more cheaper.

 
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Originally posted by Alexander Ulmer:
I was really surprised opening the price list for SUN certification in Germany. Prices have been increased to 40% (!!!) comparing to Januar 2006.

I part SCEA 210 Euro + 16% VAT (was recently ca. 150 Euro + 16% VAT)
II part SCEA 345 Euro + 16% VAT (was recently ca. 245 Euro + 16% VAT)
III part SCEA 210 Euro + 16% VAT (was recently ca. 150 Euro + 16% VAT)

The basic calculation returns the total price is 887 Euro (incl. VAT).
The sertification in the U.S.A. is even more cheaper.



...even more if you take the USD-Euro exchange rate into consideration.
 
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Hi

I am presently in Stuttgart,Germany..
Please suggest me the location from where you guys purchased the SCEA vouchers.

Thanks
Parmeet
 
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Hi,
at http://www.prometric.com/ContactUs/default.htm
you will find a telephon number. Call it and let them tell you the nearest test location.

Thomas
 
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Will those test centre arrange for my exam voucher also??
 
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Originally posted by Parmeet Batra:
Will those test centre arrange for my exam voucher also??



Yes, and I think they like to do that for you, because it is their business ...

Thomas
 
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Hi Alexander.
I saw the new price list yesterday on the Sun's Italian web site.
The price list is the same in Italy !
Prices have been increased for all exams!!!
It's unbelievable...



Regards,
Barry
 
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Hi all,

I confirm they increased everywhere (but not US it seems). I saw prices on US website still 150$ but when I went to french website to order my voucher (one week ago), I saw price was 210 euros also.

Btw, I'm joining you on this SCEA forum, as I'm starting to prepare for SCEA part I very soon (waiting for my book).
 
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