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Anybody in india registered for SCBCD5.0 beta

 
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Hi,
Does anyone from india got registered for SCBCD5.0 beta exam.

if you do so,please let us know how can we do that..
 
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you need to contact local prometric centers wherever you are in india.

if one center is not aware contact the rest.

in bangalore there are 23
in mumbai there are 16

one of them should be knowing.
all the best.
 
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Hi ,

I was able register for the exam through the prometric center. I am from Karnataka, Mangalore.
Concerned ppl at prometric center had no information about the exam.
I called them up and gave all the details about the exam that i knew like exam code , registration start date , start and end dates of exam etc.
Finally i was able to register for the exam.

If some one in India still trying to register can try giving the details yourself to prometric center.

Thanks,
Suchitra
 
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Suchitra,
would you care providing those details.because i coudld not find the exam code anywhere
[ November 24, 2006: Message edited by: Senthil Kumar SS ]
 
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Originally posted by Suchitra Bhat:
Hi ,

I was able register for the exam through the prometric center. I am from Karnataka, Mangalore.
Concerned ppl at prometric center had no information about the exam.
I called them up and gave all the details about the exam that i knew like exam code , registration start date , start and end dates of exam etc.
Finally i was able to register for the exam.

If some one in India still trying to register can try giving the details yourself to prometric center.

Thanks,
Suchitra



 
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Pradip,
what i wanted exam code
 
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Good to hear that suchitra.Hope my reply helped to your query about 500 people.
 
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Yes Rajan, The info regarding 500 ppl was of much help. Thanks again..

Suchitra
 
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