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Difficulties during SAP certification exam

I appeared for SAP exam on 4th September 2009. While in the middle of the examination I received some message about a technical error stating that "...... how ever your answers will be submitted to SAP...". Unfortunately I do not remember the exact words of the message and due to lack of co-operation from the examination supervisor nothing much was done during and after the examination. The technical errors were also observed by other people appearing for the exam with me at the same location.

I appeared for the same examination on 26th June 2009 and secured 60%(Though this result is not received by mail until now.) and therefore I worked more harder and reappeared. So any suggestion or analysis of the situation.

Few questions as well:

Q. Has anybody in your contact faced such a problem?

Q. Is there any possiblity that the answers were recorded but not marked when u get the results at the end of the test.

I am really worried and tensed since I have just one more attempt.

Rahul

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 05:07 AM

    check with SAP once again as recently minimum passing percentage required for certification for various R/3 modules is revised. This is effective 17th July 09. for ABAP 6.4 its 55% and for 7.0 its 52%. with this good news; i wish best of luck...

    regards,

    Dhaval

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 03:11 PM

    Hi

    Could you mention the exam code you have written?? is it C_TAW12_70 or C_TAW12_04??

    Vishwa.

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