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doubt about the correct test number

 
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Hi All,

I have a really stupid question, but I need to ask it.

I've schedulled the SCWCD exam, and on my resume on Prometric's website appears 'Sun Microsystems 310-081' that's correct from my point of view, since it was the option I've chosen.

I've taken the exam before when I've got a free-voucher for the beta exam, which I didn't pass, and on that record the exam appears as 'Sun Microsystems
311-081', so is it 310 or 311 ?

I'm concerned about the exam number, it might be wrong and I might be getting the old exam version?

If some of could clarify this to me,
Thank you in advance
alessandro
 
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311 is the prefix for beta exam. Once the exam is released offically, the prefix will become 310.

For example, I took SCJP Tiger beta with the exam code 311-055. I passed the exam, and both the score report and certificate kit print 310-055.

However, Prometric site will not have such distintion.

Nick
 
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Hi Nicholas,

Thank you for that. I really appreaciate your explanation.

Cheers
alessandro
 
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