How to Prepare for Oracle Certification


The Oracle Corporation offers a professional certification program which is known as the 'Oracle Certification Program'. Basically it is consists of three level as per the several disciplines which are: Oracle Certified Associate (OCA), Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) and Oracle Certified Master (OCM). Students need to clear all the three in order to attain the Oracle certification.

Preparation Tips for Oracle Certification



Tip #1
Candidates planning to appear for the exams of Oracle certification should plan well in order to get enough time for preparation because a good amount of time is needed.

Tip #2
The preparation should be systematic enough so that the syllabus is fully covered. Enough time must be allocated in day to day schedules for the preparation.

Tip #3
Candidates should not just aim for the oracle certification for getting a good job but if he/she has interest in database technology. Without keen interest one may not be able to give in their 100%.

Tip #4
Before actually starting the preparation one must do enough research work in order to acquaint themselves of the latest pattern, updated information and syllabus.

Tip #5
Candidates should not just pick up any and every study material since they may not be updated and relevant enough.

Tip #6
Also, it is advisable to seek proper guidance so that your efforts are not wasted and are put in the right direction.

Tip #7
With abundant theoretical knowledge it becomes very important to have a practical approach, which can only be achieved by practicing on the required software.

Tip #8
For a better preparation for Oracle certification, each topic should be seriously prepared and given equal time. If one has basic understanding of all the topics it becomes easier to produce an accurate answer.

Tip #9
Do not forget to appear for as many mock tests as possible. These mock tests will help you realize your weak strings and so you can work hard for the improvement of the same.

Tip #10
The certification corporation advises that if one fails to clear the exam then a 30 days gap should be taken before re-appearing.



Last Updated on : March 25, 2016

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