Please seriously consider my case before you do the SCJD. Why would you waste 80 hours of your life and a whole lot money for something you may never get?
Raf Szczypiorski wrote:Hi,
Roel asked me to comment on this topic as I sent my assignment very recently (last Thursday).
So, really, I have nothing to say, I just used the email mentioned here, add an attachment jar to it, the topic and the jar had my prometric Id included, and right after I did this I got an automatic response so I guess it got past their filters.
Sorry I couldn't be of much help, but I really didn't have any problems.
Raf Szczypiorski wrote:I am also in Germany and I sent the email from Germany, from home. The file name was scjda-<my prometric id>.jar. Try this email: Martina.Fischer@sun.com - this is the lady that really helped me - she forwarded my email to all saints in Oracle (I complained a lot about how they had handled me up to that time) and I had my quesitons answered within a week. Maybe this will be of help to you?
Roel De Nijs wrote:Here a user trying to contact Oracle had the same error message. Changing the extension to something different from jar, zip or exe did the job (apparently).
And please watch your language: shouting, screaming, calling people names,... will not help you any further.
When you are ready to send us your completed assignment you may email it to email@example.com. We will then collect your essay responses and send this off for grading. We will respond to you with a grade within 4-6 weeks
Roel De Nijs wrote:And because you are unable to do so, you should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining the issue(s) you have.
Thank you for your assignment submission. Your assignment and essay exam have been sent to our assessors for grading. The scoring process may take up to six weeks depending on submission volume.
Once your assignment score is returned, we will contact you with the results.
Please let us know if we may provide further assistance.
Make sure to include you Prometric ID when you make your submission
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