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Hi Friends,

I have heard few of you guys have "no-so-good" experience with some of the Prometric centres. (I don't mean red-carpet welcome). But I heard that some centres do not allow to carry drinking water bottle and some centres provide erasable white boards and markers (which won't work) etc.

I would want to know if any of you guys have appeared for the exam in Bangalore. Which Prometric centre is better option etc.

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-Hrishikesh
 
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ya there are lots of centers not provide good facility for the exam.
 
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Yeah, so I was wondering, if some of you guys could tell me which Prometric Center to choose in Bangalore.

 
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