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Where is my grade?

 
Antonio Pardo
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I did submit my coding assignment the last week of June. Then on July 1st of 2006I went and submitted the essay exam. I got a printed paper confirming that I have submittedthe essay exam and that within 4 to 6 weeks I would know the score of my certification.

On August 15th of 2006 exactly 6 weeks from my submission date of the essay exam I sent them a note requesting an status.

On August 21st I got an email asking me to confirm my name and
address so they could send the certificate materials. so i though i passed.....

On August 24th I get an email saying that my assignment has just been submitted to an assessor for grading and that I will know the score 2 to 4 weeks from now. What is going on??

I am very disappointed. I have done my part:

1/ Completed a very hard ambiguous (at times) assignment
2/ Paid $450

What do I get?

1/ 3 months wait to find out the score.


Did this happen to anybody else?
 
Luiz Reginaldo Curado
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Hi, Antonio.

Sometimes the avaliation process takes a long time... When I submitted the SCEA assignment, it took 5 weeks until I get my grade in Galton site.

I think you must look at the paper you received in the Prometric Center. This paper has a e-mail to where you can ask for your assignment information.

Good luck!
 
Jon Kean
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I took the written exam almost 4 weeks ago (and submitted my assignment 6 weeks ago)

and I havent heard anything either :-(
 
Barry Gaunt
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The excuse in most big companies at this time of the year is usually "Holiday Time". I hope you hear good news soon, however.
 
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