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SCEA Part I exam cost confusion on sun and prometric site

 
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Hi,

I am new to this site and do not know if this forum is the correct place for the exam cost question.

I am preparing for the new SCEA Part I (310-052) and I have a confusion regarding the cost of this part. If I go to sun site for purchasing the exam coupon, I see the exam cost as $200.
http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-052.xml

But instead if I go to prometric site and see the exam fees section I see $300 as the price for this exam. Here also I can buy the coupon.
http://www.register.prometric.com/Exam.asp (you might require to go through steps to reach this page)

Which cost is the correct one. The one hosted by Sun right?

Can some one please clarify?

Thanks

Saurabh

 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

The one on the Sun's site is correct. Do not know if Prometric is charging more...or may be its old data.

Ashwin
 
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You can buy a voucher from local Sun office (if there is one available), it should be cheaper than pay via Prometric website.

 
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