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When I did my SCJP I receieved a score on the spot
I also received a score report which said how did I do in the test
which section had how many %
I passed SCBCD beta and I received my certificate kit
But i do not have a score report
Only I know that I got 80%
 
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Originally posted by Kalpesh Soni:
I passed SCBCD beta and I received my certificate kit
But i do not have a score report
Only I know that I got 80%


same here But i know for sure that score reports were mailed and guess we are one of those unfortunate ones who did'nt get it. I also did'nt bother after getting the certificate kit.
 
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Kalpesh ,

But i do not have a score report


Sorry to know that
Recd your email.
 
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