|Candidate Communication from ATD CI re: 'Could Not Be Scored' Work Product Submission|
Even if the root cause of the status is easy to discover (e.g. the submission is missing a required piece of evidence), there's no guarantee of submission success the second time around.
How do you make severely restricted revisions (reference the CPLP Certification Handbook), to a previous submission ("square peg"), and make it align to the new requirements ("round hole") it was was never originally intended to meet?
Seems to me that's like trying to jam a square peg in a round hole and an easy way to gain a FAILED submission --
Is it even worth the risk?
In Summary: Candidates risk using up two (2) of their three (3) attempts with the same submission - right off the bat - not only delaying their achievement of the CPLP certification, but also putting an awful lot of pressure on their third - and FINAL - attempt.
Who wants to risk STRIKE THREE?
So before you consider re-submitting by default, spend the time to do the due diligence to determine if you can:
- uncover the Critical Flaw(s) that earned the 'Could Not Be Scored' status;
- thoroughly understand CURRENT CPLP Work Product requirements; and
- make the necessary changes within the constraints of what you are allowed - by ATD CI - to change.
Don't take shortcuts, seduced by the possibility of short-sighted short term gains only to put your long term goal - CPLP certification success! - at risk.