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Regarding SCDJWS 5 Beta Exam Results

 
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As I already expected. FAILED
 
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Status says passed But how to know the score?

 
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Hi All,

How to see the percentage scored in the Beta exam ?
 
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Theodore Casser wrote:Prometric/Sun snail-mails you the score report - it'll just take a little while longer to reach you. (Which is a vast improvement over Microsoft, who simply lets you know you passed.)



I posted this as an answer to a similar question 10 days ago. This hasn't changed. (Well, save for the last bit, since I -did- actually get scoresheets for my MS betas.... but they only give you credit for the minimum passing score there when you take betas.)
 
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I've got my certification kit last friday.
It contains —Āertificate, badge etc.
There is no scoresheets included
 
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Serge Kurenkov wrote:There is no scoresheets included



They're not mailed together, generally. The kit comes from Sun - the score comes from Prometric. You'll get it in a plain white envelope, if the past is any guide.
 
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I passed too. I think they put the word "passed" for everybody
 
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Mohammed Amine Tazi wrote:I passed too. I think they put the word "passed" for everybody



Actually the passing score was too low (42%)... IMHO

I passed w/ 72%
 
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Leonardo Pinho wrote:

Mohammed Amine Tazi wrote:I passed too. I think they put the word "passed" for everybody



Actually the passing score was too low (42%)... IMHO

I passed w/ 72%


Congrats
Could you please to share how did you prepare?
 
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I prepared using the study notes from Rajneesh and slides of javapassion.
You could have a look at w3schools.com site for learning other technologies mentioned in the exam like XSD, ....
Good luck
 
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Passing score: 42%
My score: 40%

 
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