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essay exam what's this?

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i visited sun's page http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/faq/#java
it says--How long does it take to receive a grade for my performance based exam?
Once you have uploaded your assignment to the CertManager, you should schedule to take the required essay exam at an authorized Prometric testing center. After you have taken the essay exam, both your assignment and essay exams are matched up, and sent to an assessor for grading Your exam results will show up in the CertManager database approximately four weeks after taking the essay

i am confused is it takeing 4 week's for grading?
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This question is talking about "performance-based exams" like the Developer's exam where you have to write an application and later write essay about the application you developed.
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Remember that these are real humans looking at it. They have more to do than just read your work, and may need to refer to others in case of uncertainty.

It's just like your university or school exams, those take time to.
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