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Exam revoked

42535704253570 Posts: 3
edited May 22 in Tell Us Your Story!

Hi

I have planned an Exam (1Z0-1072-F: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2019 Architect Associate) on Friday, May 15, 2020, at 01:45 AM CEST and I was ready on time.

I am in the Netherlands and I live with my family (my wife and my 5 yrs old son) in 1 room. I explained to the proctor that my family is sleeping and he said no you can not take the exam because someone else is in the room and revoked my exam. I can not take the exam because my home has 1 room ???

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  • jaramilljaramill Posts: 4,298 Gold Trophy
    edited May 18
    15a2e76d-0214-40d7-8eac-1acedb6242d7 wrote:HiI have planned an Exam (1Z0-1072-F: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2019 Architect Associate) on Friday, May 15, 2020, at 01:45 AM CEST and I was ready on time.I am in the Netherlands and I live with my family (my wife and my 5 yrs old son) in 1 room. I explained to the proctor that my family is sleeping and he said no you can not take the exam because someone else is in the room and revoked my exam. I can not take the exam because my home has 1 room ???

    Unfortunately yes.  Even I have a voucher that I cannot us to schedule to take the exam from home because my "office den" does not have a door, therefore per the rules, I would be excluded.  They need an enclosed room.  Hopefully the testing centers here in the USA will be opening up soon.

  • 42535704253570 Posts: 3
    edited May 18

    Hi

    But in Oracle`s VUE page there are 3 rules:

    Screenshot 2020-05-18 at 22.18.45.png

    https://home.pearsonvue.com/oracle/onvue

    My home was quite and it is my private place.

  • jaramilljaramill Posts: 4,298 Gold Trophy
    edited May 18

    Look further down in that link you provided to the section "Additional Information".

    There are 3 sub-categories.  Look at the 2nd one "Pearson VUE policies and procedures"

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  • 42535704253570 Posts: 3
    edited May 18

    But it is not fair.

  • jaramilljaramill Posts: 4,298 Gold Trophy
    edited May 18
    4253570 wrote:But it is not fair.

    How do they know that someone is not in the room with you feeding you the answers???  It's perfectly fair.

    You must be in an enclosed room and they need to be able to monitor it.....IF you want to take it from home.


    If not then you can go to a testing center (assuming one is open in your city/state/country due to the pandemic).

  • jaramilljaramill Posts: 4,298 Gold Trophy
    edited May 22

    So please mark this thread as ANSWERED

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