I'd like to inform somebody in authority that I personally had an awful experience when writing my 1Z0-899 exam. It says on the confirmation receipt that your aim is to ensure my exam experience is a pleasant one. So I assume you are concerned about candidates' exam experience.
The test center Gaganz in Surrey, BC id: 65111 is not a good center to take exams. I was placed in a room where I could hear loud talking of a person in foreign (Indian?) language throughout most of my exam. He was probably speaking on the phone because his talking stopped for a few minutes, then started again. The walls in that office are thin cardboard-like and I could hear his loud telephone conversation very clearly. Then some other person arrived but this time spoke English. And that was throughout my whole exam! I tried to plug my ears with fingers but imagine that even doing this I could hear them speak!
This was such a terrible environment to concentrate on the questions! I got 56% so I failed it. I am not making any excuses, but maybe it could have made a difference if my exam time was respected and I had been provided with exam room that's more quiet? We'll never know. Again, I am not making any excuses but I think assessment of my performance would have been more fair had I not been distracted so much!
So that exam center shouldn't administer any exams if they cannot provide normal exam accommodations!
Did you file a complaint with the test center upon completing your exam. If so, you should contact Pearson VUE (pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact) with your incident number and ensure that they have received the complaint. If not, you should do that right away. I'm sorry you had this experience with your test center. Please keep us posted on your response from Pearson VUE.