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How many BETA testers actually passed.

 
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Hi.
No sure this is public information, but still I am curious to know how many BETA testers there really were and how many lucky/hardworking achived the result during this BETA testing phase.
Other questions would be:
* in general, is it beneficial to state near the SCBCD in the CV that it was BETA?
* Does Sun allow to do it in general?
Everybody, have a good day,
// ivan
 
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I dont think Sun will release the actual numbers. :roll:
 
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Personally, I would NOT state that it was a beta test in the c.v. - it can only confuse potential employers. Besides which, the certificate and other records show this not as a beta SCBCD, but as a full SCBCD, which has to be better.
 
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Looks like pass % is good.
 
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