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Dilemma Regarding Downloading SCEA Part-2

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Hi all i have cleared SCEA Part-1. As per information i know that there is no dead line for part-2 assignment. Lets say once i downloaded the assignment i can finish and finally submit this as per my conveneince though as per SUN this assignment shouldn't take more than 100 hrs. But one of the Prometric center says we have to download it back to prometric database within 6 mothns i.e: once downloaded my submission date can't exend 6 months period.As i am not sure whether with my tough schedule i can take that chance of finishing and downloading my assignment back to prometric Database with 6 months , i mean otherwise i can defer Part-2. Crux is i wana purchase Part-2 but wana make sure on submission deadline before purchasing the same.Early reply will be appreciated. Guys who has already cleared Part-2 can help me.
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You can take forever. Submit it when ever possible, there is no time limit. You need to take the part 3 exam as soon as you finish part 2 so that grading can start fast. Good luck
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