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    Sorry if my question will seems to be kind of silly, just want to be on the safe side. As far as I know the exam vSphere 6 Foundation should be taken within 48 hours after registration. The question is if I register for exam tomorrow on Friday 7PM after I come back home when 48 hours will expire Sunday 7PM (that would mean weekends are included) or Tuesday 7PM (that would mean business days only). Thanks in advance.
    Sunday 7pm - as you can take the exam 24/7 the clock is ticking from when you schedule the exam.
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    I successfully passed vSphere 6 Foundation exam 2V0-620.
    How can I check this information on VMware website and how long does VMware take to update this information in their certification tracker system?
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    Congratulations!

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    I noticed in another thread that you’re doing the Stanly class, once you’ve finished it they will give you a special exam voucher code - you MUST use the code when booking your VCP exam, or VMware will not know you’ve taken the training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott28tt View Post
    I noticed in another thread that you’re doing the Stanly class, once you’ve finished it they will give you a special exam voucher code - you MUST use the code when booking your VCP exam, or VMware will not know you’ve taken the training.
    Yes, that's true. The course starts at the end of October.
    Thanks for the information.
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