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hi Michel Sorry to hear that you faild. I thnik there are many people that don't get it from the first try. Sun offer a $125 voucher to resubmit the same assignment.
For prospective candidates who did not pass their Sun Certified Developer for Java 2 Platform, Programming Assignment (CX-310-252A) and who want to resubmit an assignment using the CertManager database.
Can you tell us about your experiece, and what is the reason that you think it is the cuase of failing, so we won't do it. thanks [ May 18, 2004: Message edited by: Hanna Habashy ]
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I really don't imagine what happened. I suspect of the written exam. There I did not give so much details about my implementations and so I belive it was the core problem. I contacted Sun <firstname.lastname@example.org> and I'm waiting their feedback. In case of news I write them here and thanks for your information.
Michel, Sorry to hear this, but are you sure you failed the exam?... Sun usually gives feedback about the mistakes.Usually nobody fails due to the essay test. The theory essay test is only there to prove that you have done the assignment.It doesn't contribute to any marks.
Help - I uploaded my assignment and it says I failed, with no score and no comments
You cannot fail the Part II exam (unless you leave questions unanswered), however Prometric sometimes marks the test as failed in the cert manager database. There have been reports of it having something to do with timing: when they think you did the exam / when they pass the exam data to Sun / when Sun acknowledge it.
Your assignment and your exam will be sent to an examiner, and eventually you will see your score, at which time you will be able to see whether you have passed or failed. Until then unfortunately you may still see the Failed status with no comments or explanations.
If you are still nervous, you could write to Prometric and/or Sun and get their assurances as well. (And if you get a better explanation for why you have got a "Failed" status, please update this FAQ).
If you fail the assignment, you should either get a description of the major area you failed (e.g. missing file) or you should get a points break down for each section showing where you lost points. If you did not get either of these then you have to write to Sun and get clarification.
That last paragraph is the telling one: if you have not been given a points breakdown, and you have not been told of a critical problem, then you probably have not failed at all - it is just the bug in Prometric's procedures.
Hopefully the response from Sun will tell you the same thing.
If you have failed, then all you need do is work on the section you have failed, then resubmit the assignment (using the voucher mentioned by Hanna).
Yes, I did not get any detail. So, I was very worry about it.
Accessing the "Candidate History" on Prometric registration site I have "Tested" for the status of my exam. Probably I'm facing that inconsistency of Prometric system marking my exam failed in certmanager database since they don't have the final score yet ( I hope so ).
I will wait for the Sun answer to ensure this situation. Yesterday, I passed some time verifying my project and I did not find anything serious that could result in a fail and so I hope to get certified as Sun Java Developer.
Accessing the "Candidate History" on Prometric registration site I have "Tested" for the status of my exam. Probably I'm facing that inconsistency of Prometric system marking my exam failed in certmanager database since they don't have the final score yet
"Tested" means that you wrote essay and nothing else .