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Anton Golovin
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Hi, guys. I submitted my exam just more than two weeks ago, and so far, I did not get a grade. It is said it can take up to 4 weeks to get a grade. However, maybe since two weeks have passed and no automatic failure, then this might mean that my project is not going to automatically fail?

Please advise if you were in a similar situation

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Unfortunately, you can't completely read into this. It depends on when the assessor gets time to check out your submission. If they already started, then yes, automatic failure is unlikely. But how can you tell if they started or not.

Mark
 
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Hi Anton,

You can send an email to SunCert@prometric.com to ask if the assignment has been successfully received and sent for grading.

For my case, I received the SCJD result in about 6 weeks.

Joyce
 
Anton Golovin
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
Unfortunately, you can't completely read into this. It depends on when the assessor gets time to check out your submission. If they already started, then yes, automatic failure is unlikely. But how can you tell if they started or not.

Mark


Hi, Mark. I was told by Sun two weeks ago that the project was being graded already by the grader. I was surpsrised how quickly they sent it off.
 
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