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If you fail on the first try on the Java 2 Programmer test, do you take the exact same test again when you retest? Thanks!!!
 
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Could u be more clear on what u actually expect from ur query?
 
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NO. You wont be taking the exact same test as you gave before. Since Sun has revised their exam pattern you will be appearing for the new pattern only. You might have given the old test ( 120 mins 71% passing score ) But now u will be giving new test ( 90 mins and 61% passing score ) Check the Test FAQ on this site.
 
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FYI - the new FAQ is here.
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No, that is not what I mean. Sorry, let me clarify. I know the test has changed. What I mean is, does it keep changing from day to day. If I took it today and failed and then went back 2 weeks later to try again, would it be the exact same test. Thanks!!!

Barry
 
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Hi Barry,
No, I don't think so. The questions are extracted from a pool of questions, so it all depends on your luck
Wonder what algorithm do they use in choosing the questions. What is the probability of getting exactly the same set of questions
Cheers.

Originally posted by Barry Andrews:
No, that is not what I mean. Sorry, let me clarify. I know the test has changed. What I mean is, does it keep changing from day to day. If I took it today and failed and then went back 2 weeks later to try again, would it be the exact same test. Thanks!!!

Barry


 
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