No News is Good News….right?

Well, its been 10 days since I’ve taken the VCDX Enterprise Admin Exam, and I still haven’t heard from the VMware Certification department on the results.  Perhaps this is a good thing?  Does the old saying “No News is Good News” apply in this situation?  Anyways, I’m stressing myself out thinking about it, it also doesn’t help knowing that a couple of the lab answers I did were wrong.  Thinking back now I’m almost certain I forgot to do two things that were parts of the questions, things that are no-brainer do them all the time type things…but in a testing environment it is easy to choke under the gun!

Oh well, hopefully I’ll hear something on Tuesday!  You guys have a great weekend, and be sure to do something nice for your loved one tomorrow (Valentine’s Day).


Created on February 13, 2009 by Rick Scherer

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5 Comments so far

  1. Duncan
    2:32 am on February 14th, 2009

    Your result will probably come soon, don’t worry…

  2. John Rambo (MIA)
    5:50 am on February 19th, 2009

    It usually means you failed.
    Got my VCDX passing notification within 24 hrs.
    No problem, you can try again.

  3. Rick Scherer
    9:34 am on February 19th, 2009

    That is not necessarily true, a handful of people that I know passed and it took more than 10 business days for them to receive their response. Today marks 12 for me, so I’m not too worried.

    And if I fail, oh well — I know exactly what topics I need to study (NPIV mostly). Everything else was gravy.

  4. friea
    9:45 pm on February 19th, 2009

    Fingers crossed … did you ever find out?

  5. Rick Scherer
    9:05 am on February 20th, 2009

    Nothing as of yet, just called VMW and Tina in Certification said she hasn’t heard back from the exam administrator on my results. Shes going to escalate and hopefully I’ll find out today!

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