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All,

I am planning to give SCEA - 310-052 - Part 1. My understanding is that you need to purchase PART - 1 from SUN website (Which is $200). Do we also need to pay prometric while scheduling exam? i went to there website to schedule and it shows $300. i didn't go all the way registering it.

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Hi,

You do not have to pay to Prometric any extra money. Once you have a voucher, you can utilized it at any prometric centers. There may be difference in voucher price as the voucher does not show the price on it, it only have some voucher code.

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Originally posted by Narendra Dhande:
Hi,

You do not have to pay to Prometric any extra money. Once you have a voucher, you can utilized it at any prometric centers. There may be difference in voucher price as the voucher does not show the price on it, it only have some voucher code.

Thanks



Can you pleae give me insight on how it works. Can i purchase SCEA 5 - Part 1 from prometric? or i HAVE TO purchase from sun website.
 
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1) Purchase the voucher from Sun.
2) Call up prometric and schedule the test. They will ask the voucher number and schedule it. You don't need to pay prometric.

Clear?
 
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Originally posted by Pav Arora:
1) Purchase the voucher from Sun.
2) Call up prometric and schedule the test. They will ask the voucher number and schedule it. You don't need to pay prometric.

Clear?



Thanks Pav
 
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