Q. What is the pre-requisite for taking the 1z0-043 exam?

A. The 1z0-042 exam is the pre-requisite for Oracle Database 10g OCP credential. Additionally, it also requires hands-on experience to obtain the credential. The 1z0-043 exam is meant for serious database professionals. Acquiring an OCP credential is a real professional accomplishment that requires training and hands-on experience.

Q. What credit it provides?

A. After passing the 1z0-043 exam, you will be Oracle 10g certified Professional (OCP) Also, you will be eligible


for the next level of certification. You have to be serious enough to crack the exam, as it requires skills and knowledge to implement and manage complex Oracle Database 10g functions. You should also know how to keep the database running at maximum efficiency. The OCP credential is an important step for any one wishing to enhance and build his or her career as an Oracle Professional. It is a proof to employers, peers and the technical community that you are a highly skilled database professional.

Q. How can you register for the 1z0-043 exam?

A. You can register yourself through the Oracle and Prometric registered study centers. After you are registered for your test, you can contact the study center to know the schedule (date and time) of your test. Oracle certifications can be taken only at authorized Prometric centers world-wide. The test date may depend on your choice (and availability of slot) in your selected test center. 

Q. Which certification does 1z0-043 exam cover?

A. 1z0-043 covers the Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) certification.

Q. What are the exam objectives?

A. Test objectives can be found at Oracle Website.

Q. How should you start preparing for the 1z0-043 exam?

A. OCP credential is a great way to start a bright career as database administrator, as skilled database administrators are in high demand. The 1z0-043 requires in depth knowledge to manage important databases. Start preparing for the test by reading the Sybex book. You can place your oder for 1z0-043 at uCertify’s 1z0-043 PrepKit page. 

Q. How many questions are asked in the test?

A. 1z0-043 consists of approximately 70 questions. To pass the exam you need to score approximately 70% (i.e. 49 questions on 70 questions).

Note: Oracle reserves the right to change the number of questions with prior notice.

Q. What is the duration of the 1z0-043 exam?

A. 90 minutes

Note: The duration of the test can change with prior notice.

Q. Which type of the exam is it? (Adaptive/Linear)

A. It is a linear type of test.

Q. What is the test retake policy?

A. If you fail in the 1z0-043 exam, you will have to wait for 14 days before you go for the re-test. However, a passed test can never be re-attempted.

Q. What is the test retirement policy?

A. Oracle provides 90 days notice before any certification test retires. Oracle posts announcements on the Certification Web site. They also notify test candidates by email, so please be sure that you always have your most current contact information on file with Prometric.

Q. Where to take the 1z0-043 exam?

A. The test can be taken at any Prometric center world wide. Search for your nearest Prometric center. The list of Prometric centers can be found at Prometric site.

Q. What is the 1z0-043 exam fee?

A. The cost of the exam is $125. You can get the details form your nearest Prometric center. The list of Prometric centers can be found at Prometric site.

Q. How will you get your certificate?

A. When you pass the 1z0-043 exam, you can log on to the Prometric site. Here, you will provide your mailing address, phone number, and email address. You will have to wait approximately for a month to get the certification kit. The certification kit will contain an Oracle certificate with your name and certification title. However, it will not have any report on your score. You can request for your Oracle credential certificate by mailing to Fulfillment@prometric.com email address. Always be a member in the discussion forum of Oracle and feel free to voice your queries and opinions.

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