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Fernando Franzini
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If I failed in SCJD assignment....Will I know in what point ? I mean..Will I receive some feedback about my mistakes ?

Fernando Franzini [SCJA, SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCMAD]
 
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You can try to send an email to who2contact@sun.com, and ask for a feedback.
 
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Welcome to Javaranch friend ! Good to see that your question has been answered by my friend.

It seems you already have a lot of certifications (SCJA, SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCMAD).

Anyway, good luck on your assignment. I think SCJD is the most challenging exam in all the specialty certification.

Jeffry Kristianto Yanuar (Java Instructor) SCJP 5.0, SCJA, SCJD (UrlyBird 1.3.2)
 
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If you failed due to a "must" requirement (e.g. you failed to package your classes in an executable jar file) then you will get a very descriptive error message from the assessor stating what they tried to do, what happened, and why they therefore failed you.

If you failed because your cumulative number of points lost exceeded 20% of the maximum possible points then you will only be told the scores for the individual sections (e.g. you might get told that you lost 20 points for Data class, 20 points for Server, and 41 points for Locking, taking you below the pass mark). All you can do in that case is rework the individual sections.

If you try to contact who2contact@sun.com, they will have to look up your details and then request the information from Prometric. Prometric will then have to look up their details to find which assessing body looked at your assignment and ask them for more information. The assessing body will then have to check their records and/or talk to the individual assessor. I am not saying that this is not going to happen, but I have only ever seen people successfully get responses back when they queried an automatic failure for something they disagreed with.

Regards, Andrew
 
Fernando Franzini
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Thanks a lot for reply Andrew...I got !!!
I've read The Sun Certified Java Developer Exam with J2SE 5 book and I'm plaining download assigment after that !
And sorry but......what's mean "UrlyBird" ?
 
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URLyBird is an assignment topic similar to B&S assignment.
 
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And sorry but......what's mean "UrlyBird" ?
Each SCJD assignment is made up of a particular scenario, more so to-date there are about 3 or 4 scenario. For example the UrlyBird is associated with hotel reservation and Bodgitt and Scraper is associated with service outsourcing.

HTH
 
Fernando Franzini
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Whould you mind if you write each one for me ? I dont know any of them !! :roll:
Thanks
 
Fernando Franzini
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Hey Andrew Monkhouse...by the way....very nice book !! I've been learned a lot !!
See you !!!
 
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