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SCWCD percentile score

 
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I just completed by exam yesterday and scored 82% but I dont know if that is a good score or an average.
Looking at the ranch forum, I feel it might be alower score or maybepeople post the score only when the score is high enough!

Is there any statistics available regarding the percentile score of SCWCD?
 
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in my opinion, you did a great job when you pass. doesnt matter what percentage you have. so, just say it loud:"I did a great job"
 
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That is an excellent score.

Just ask the thousands of people who failed the exam. Any pass is a good score. An 82% is exceptional.

Congratulations.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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indeed. I dont care about the score, that's not important at all.
If I score 62% only, I will still be very happy !
 
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dont think about what people do or not do..think you did your best and forget the rest !!!

Congratulations on passing the exam

Yogesh
 
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Congrats. The most important is to feel that you've learned a lot about servlets and jsp.
 
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Hey Thapa,

As evrybody says A Pass is a Pass no matter what is the score. Still your score is no doubt the best. Just Chill!!!

Cheers
 
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A Pass is a Pass

Yess..... !! this is very score !!!
 
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Hey, Getting even 61% is not a easy task. No doubt you have scored very good.

Congrates!
 
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Congratulations Good Score

 
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As Cameron has once said ....


Getting certified is like getting pregnant....Either you are or you are not ... and in your case you are ( certified not pregnant ) ...



 
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And like I always say, and I would like everyone to know about it, especially employers and IT recruiters, being certified does not mean you have answers to every question.
Being certified means that you understood most of the concepts, it does not mean you will remember forever that a servlet throws IOException, ServletException or that you know every tag in the web.xml all your life.
I know i will forget most of it soon, especially if i do not practice.

That is what recruiters must be aware of: it is more important to be sure that the candidate understands the concepts than remembers them.
 
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Well said. Max Fernandes !!!

Congrats!!! Thapa

Don't worry about marks. May be for that only, Sun is not even
showing the percentage in the certificate.
 
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Well done Thapa...!
Forget the score(and the score is really good anyways)... go have a party... you did it man..! (Pardon me if you are a woman).
 
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Thanks for all the encouragement you all have poured...Thank you!
 
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know i will forget most of it soon, especially if i do not practice

but you will be always familiar with the concepts when you will see the code at your job place , no matter how many years pass !
 
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