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Posted Wednesday, January 9, 2013 10:09 AM
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I've taken and passed a few tests over the years - all of which I did through Prometric. The company I work for is partnered with Microsoft and they get additional partner credit for certifications held by employees. Microsoft has already associated my transcript with the companies' partnership by providing them my MCP ID so that's not a problem. The problem is that Microsoft is asking for a score history for all exams, preferably the sheet of paper you get after passing a test that has the score on it. No problem, I thought. I haven't kept those, but I should be able to pull that online through Prometric's site, right? Wrong, they only track pass/fail on their site and their site only shows previous 4 years or so, but the first test I passed was in 2004. I called Prometric and it sounded like it would be no problem to email me score history so I figured problem was solved, but after being on hold for 5 minutes the person came back and basically said that wasn't possible and the only way I would be able to prove my exam score would be that all-important sheet of paper I was given after passing the test. What the hell?! I didn't think keeping that sheet of paper would be this important because this is 2013 for crying out loud. Anyone happen to have this issue before and perhaps have some suggestions?
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Posted Wednesday, January 9, 2013 10:37 AM


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No suggestions and I am in a similar boat trying to just get the score report for one of my more recent exams. They can't seem to figure out how to provide one.



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Posted Wednesday, January 9, 2013 10:42 AM
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Well, that was weird. Right when I opened this thread to see your reply, I got a call from the Prometric person I spoke with earlier and they said they can get scores from 2010 and 2011 after all (before they said they'd only be able to do it for 2012, but I didn't take any tests last year). Maybe if you reply again, I'll get 2009 and 2008.

But yeah, this is frustrating. It was easier trying to siphon a copy of my birth certificate and social security card back when I lost those due to a fire than it is now trying to get past exam scores on Microsoft from Prometric lol
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