Originally posted by Ashish Sarin:
Does that mean the scenario is like :
1) 400 candidates take exam
2) The results of Beta is analyzed and a pass % is decided
3) Out of 400 candidates some pass and some fail
5) The pass ones get Certification and the failed ones get nothing
6) effectively less than 400 Certificates will be distributed (because a few candidates failed)
if what i have written is true then it means that pass % depends only upon the performance of the first 400 candidates who take the exam ?
Originally posted by Kathy Sierra:
The pass percentage is decided as a result of the beta. In other words, if the beta turns out to be REALLY hard, the pass percentage will be lowered. If the beta is *easy* (which I doubt ) the pass percentage will be raised. That's one of the main purposes of the beta, and it's also why you won't know if you passed right away... the beta results are analyzed and some questions are thrown out, the pass percentage is decided, and then we can tell if you passed or not.
(of course, we're going to make sure that most of you -- if not all of you here -- will PASS
Originally posted by Ashik uzzaman:
I'll carefully observe responses here and if eveerything goes well, appear arounf 15th June. Will that be too late?
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