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SCWCD EXAM DIFFICULTY LEVEL REFLECTION ON CERTIFICATE.

 
prash darekar
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Today,I want to know very much important answer about one question which I am going to discuss with Java Ranchers.
The question is :-
When we are starting for any exam SCJP,SCWCD,SCBCD,SCEA,SCDJWS,SCJA we require to fill one online form in which we require to fill Information about our Skill level about each and every topic in the Exam.The Skill Levels are Poor,Good,Very Good,Expert,Outstanding for each and every topic.If I will mark any topic Skill Level as Poor and if I will clear that exam and when I will get certificate then whether that Poor Skill level will decrease value of my Certificate.If I will mark Outstanding Skill level for any topic and if I will clear that exam then whether that Outstanding skill level increase value of my Certificate.In simple language whether those Skill levels reflect on my certificate.
My second question is that if some person marked all topics as Poor skill level then whether he will get simple Question Paper.
My third question is that if some person marked all topics as Poor skill level and achieved 100 Percent in the exam and second person marked all topics as Outstanding skill level and achieved 80% then how Employee will trace the person who marked all topics as Outstanding skill level.
Can any expert person from Sun Microsystems solve my this problem.
 
Christophe Verré
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In simple language whether those Skill levels reflect on my certificate.

No. This is just a survey to help Sun understand how difficult the exam is.

My second question is that if some person marked all topics as Poor skill level then whether he will get simple Question Paper.

Of course not

(I'm not not an "expert person from Sun")
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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