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SCJA - Passed!

 
Wilder C Rodrigues
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Hi, folks!

Just to share this moment. I passed!!!

Thanks to all!

Wilder
SCJA 1.0, SCPJ 1.4, SCDJ 1.4, SCWCD 1.3, SCBCD 1.3, SCMAD 1.0
 
Adam Czysciak
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Just to share this moment. I passed!!!


Don't hurray so much, wait for official results. Don't trust prometric records
 
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Hi Wilder,

I am waiting for the official results as well, I took the SCJP 5.0 beta and prometric said I passed but CertManager later said I failed. And what Certmanager says is final.

By the way, you have the exact same java certs that I have, same certs and same versions. What are you going for next, SCJP 5.0 or SCDJWS. I doubt the value of SCJP 5 over SCJP 1.4, but I have already studied alot for it so I am going on with it.
 
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I didn't notice I don't have the Java Developer Certification, never felt like doing the assignment. I probably should though.

Dibbo
 
Girish Bal
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When will it be officially announced? In my prometric site also it is saying passed. Waiting fingers crossed......... :roll:
 
Theodore Casser
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Originally posted by Girish Bal:
When will it be officially announced? In my prometric site also it is saying passed. Waiting fingers crossed......... :roll:


If you'd read the announcement... They're officially releasing the results through i7 on Friday. Whether or not the results on Prometric's site are accurate, they'll list in more detail through i7 (and bear in mind that Prometric's site may not be accurate).

I'm personally more interested in knowing what the passing score is going to be, but that's just idle curiosity.
 
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I'm personally more interested in knowing what the passing score is going to be, but that's just idle curiosity.

The passing rate is 68% (35 correct in 51 questions).

It is a bit out of my expectation, but still, it is acceptable.

Nick
 
Theodore Casser
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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:

The passing rate is 68% (35 correct in 51 questions).

It is a bit out of my expectation, but still, it is acceptable.


A bit out of mine too, but that's how life works. Where did you find that, out of curiosity?
 
Nicholas Cheung
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Where did you find that, out of curiosity?


http://suned.sun.co.jp/JPN/certification/sjcadetails.html

Nick
 
Hong Anderson
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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:

The passing rate is 68% (35 correct in 51 questions).

It is a bit out of my expectation, but still, it is acceptable.

Nick

What is your expectation Nick?
I expected the passing score of SCJA is 70%+, but 68% is still acceptable.
 
Nicholas Cheung
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What is your expectation Nick?
I expected the passing score of SCJA is 70%+, but 68% is still acceptable.

The same here. I expected 70%, and preferably 75%. But still, 68% is fine.

Nick
 
Beny Na
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wow...68% is a bit high, i though 60%.

let see what happen....
 
Peter Sin
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How about set it to 90% ? Then SCJA will be a valuable certification.
In fact, 68% is acceptable for entry certification. If it is too high, beginners will lose their interest.

Peter
 
Theodore Casser
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Actually, I'd expected it to be lower, around 60%. But that really depends, I suppose on just what is expected out of an 'associate'. I think either way you look at it, this hopefully will be a good stepping-stone for newcomers to the field.
 
Girish Bal
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35 off 51? There were 122 Qns, right? Where can i find all these info?
 
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35 off 51? There were 122 Qns, right?

This is one of the difference between beta exam and real exam.

Although we worked for 122 questions, however, there will be xxx out of 51 questions in our score report. No one knows whether we took beta exam or not, from both score report and the certificate.

Where can i find all these info?

Read my previous post and you will find the info from:
http://suned.sun.co.jp/JPN/certification/sjcadetails.html

Nick
 
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The information is now available in English:

http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-019.xml

...Ariel
 
Beny Na
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hi all,
just try to login & check from
https://i7lp.integral7.com/sun
today,2 sept, i haven;t got any result yet...

if anyone has got, please let me know
mail to : beny.na@affinityhealth.com.au
thks
 
Sirajudeen Mohamed
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Hi beny,
Its still september 1st here in US, you may need to wait for another 12 hours.

Cheers,
Siraj
 
Nicholas Cheung
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2 Sep is for US time. Also, based on other beta experiences, the exam result is released by batch. Thus, please expect that the result is available at "late" 2 Sep.

Nick
 
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