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I took the JNCIP-SP written exam last week.
After 3 days, I checked my result, but it was invalidated.
Why? Why did I get such a result?
At official website, I read exam policy and security policy, etc.
However, apparenty, I took the exam as my skills, competence, knowledges.
It took about 15 minutes, because I read the questions quickly and check the obvious answers quickly.I hardly accept these results.I've sent an e-mail to talk about my situation and to request reverse the result..If I have to retake, is this retake cost free?If not, I will be really unhappy. It's 400 dollars !!
Exam results are invalidated when the fraud detection systems believes the pass results come from study processes that violate the terms of service. You are following the right process to challenge the results.
Review the terms of service and email Juniper certification for an appeal.
What were the processes and study material you used to prepare for the exam?
First of all, thank you for your comment on my post.
I would like to say about my knowledge level and the course in which I prepared for the JNCIP-SP exam.
I used to familiarize myself with general theories and knowledge of routing and switching, such as MPLS and BGP, in preparing and acquiring Cisco's CCIE.
I also work for an ISP, so I usually use Juniper backbone routers like the T series and MX series.
In addition, I studied the "JUNOS Enterprise Routing" book, published by O'REILLY, and the TechLibrary on the juniper.net site.
I studied well and took the JNCIP-SP written exam in preparation.
I took exams based on my skills and knowledge and received a provisional pass !!
I hope you are doing great!
Did you take the exam in a certified center or you did it at home?
how does it proceed from the case of your certification being revoked?, I also experienced the same thing. may be you can share your experience and i want to ask some question hope you or any one can answer.
The 30 day wait notice would be a mistake in this particular email. That is the wait period for normal exam failure scenarios. For those invalidated for exam security the wait period is 18 months so that a new question pool is in use and not the one with the compromised answers.
The exam security failure detects the use of "dumps" or other posted/purchased materials from the web. So this will not be triggered by the use of Junos Genius, vLabs or official class material.
Please note that the 30-day wait period after an invalidated exam score is NOT a mistake. Steve is correct in that you must wait 18 months after passing an exam to retake it, but that is not the case with exams that were invalidated.
Note we do have to request Pearson VUE to waive this retake policy to allow candidates to register for an exam again after an invalidation. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need for us to do so on your behalf.