2. After that click Locate a test site then follow the procedure.
a. Choose your client and Program. (eg. Sun Microsystems) b. You need to agree to Sun's License Agreement. c. Choose the Exam you want to take (eg. 310-055) and the language you want for the exam( eg. US English) d. Then the list of all available Testing Centers will pop out. Here you need to choose which testing center you want to take your exam at. Choose the appropriate date for your exam. e. Afterwards you need to enter your voucher number and you're good to go.
2. It does not cost anything to reschedule the exam. You can change it anytime you like but it must be one day prior to the exam date.
To quote prometric per se, "Exams must be rescheduled or cancelled prior to 6:00 PM Australian Eastern Time (GMT +10:00 Sydney, Australia), one day prior to the exam date. Attempts to reschedule or cancel your exam without proper notice will not be granted and you will forfeit the testing fee. There are two choices to reschedule or cancel your exam:" [ August 07, 2006: Message edited by: Robbi Palacios ]
Joined: Jun 08, 2005
Thanks Robbi Palacios for the reply
Joined: May 25, 2006
Note: It is important to call the Testing center and confirm the schedule you wish to take your exam. Online registration is not enough.
You have to actually call the testing center where you scheduled your exam to confirm the date.
I scheduled my exam online at Prometric to be set on August 18, but I did not call up the testing center to confirm the schedule. When I decide to call later, all available slots for august 18 were already taken.
So, I just rescheduled my exam to be on August 22 and confirmed it at the Testing center. Lucky for me otherwise I could be taking my exam at Mc Donald's instead.
[ August 10, 2006: Message edited by: Robbi Palacios ]
Joined: Jun 08, 2005
Here in Hyderabad (India), there is no online registration/booking for the exam. I had to go to prometric center for registratoin.
I did that two days back and my exam is on 17th
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