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Any one can help!

 
Fraund Bei
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The thing is,i passed my SCJP 3 years ago,unfortunatly,i lost my candidate ID,i cant' find it anywhere,but still my certification from sun is well perserved.so,its time for me to take the SCWCD,but does it matter if i use two different ID,will they refuse my test because they can't find my scjp records?

urgently need help,ive been preparing for scwcd for 2 month,just wanna take it!
 
chowdary Thammineedi
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Whatever? FRANKLY, if you ask me, FLY TO THE SKY MAN? Who the hell are you?
What's your business here if you can't tell us your name?

AND BTW the answer to your question is hdghfkdkf kdsjhfkjdshfjs dshfkdskjan kajsdksanfjsndf

Posted By AlwaysStayingOnTheGround
 
Saket Barve
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frankflysky java,

You need to contact the Prometric Testing Center in your locality and mention your problem. The representative there may be able to help you. In any case, nothing can be done unless you get hold of your ID, which I believe to be possible with a proper approach. You may also want to send an e-mail to Sun (check out the Sun Ed site for info) with your problem.

By the way, the authorities here will require you to change your name to something more sensible.

Regards,
Saket
 
Paul Bourdeaux
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chowdary,
Let's not forget that JavaRanch is a friendly place for Java greenhorns. While I agree with your sentiment, instead of being rude and abusive, it would be more appropriate to point him towards the JavaRanch Naming Policy.

frankflysky java,
In addition to the name change, it is also courtesy to post meaningful topic titles. "Any one can help!" doesn't indicate what your problem may be, and many people may simple skip over the topic as a result. A better title might be something like "I've lost my candidate ID."

In answer to your question, Saket was correct. You need to contact Prometeric and they should be able to point you in the right direction.
[ April 14, 2005: Message edited by: Paul Bourdeaux ]
 
myriah wind
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they can help you here
http://www.sun.com/training/contact_us/index.html
 
Fraund Bei
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thanks for your infos,just don't know the naming policy,i'll check arround and revise it immediatly.

BTW:to AlwaysStayingOnGround,you are so rude,aren't u?hope don't treat other newcomers like that

Cheers!
 
Nicholas Cheung
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You can change your name at Your Profile.

Nick
 
Sar Lolla
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I enjoyed the posting from AlwaysStayingOnGround.
It is really funny and very creative. I couldn't stop laughing for 15 min after seeing this post... Peple are very creative and inginious... keep it up.. but don't offend any one
 
Paul Bourdeaux
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frank,

I saw that you changed your name, but it still does not comform to the JavaRanch naming policy. Please check it out and change it appropriately.
 
Ram Mmurthy
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u can re-register on the prometric website with the correct name & other information. U can use the new id while registering for the exam.
I have 2 different prometric ids for scjp and scwcd.
 
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