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How is Thomson Netg software?

 
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I am preparing my oracle 10g database oca exam, wondering how is the Thomson Netg software. Are the similar with oracle university courses? their price is more than $700 for admin I study work shop. how it compare to the oracle university admin I courses?

any advice can help.
thanks a lot
 
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I would say, if you have taken courses from Oracle University, and well-prepared with the ITL materials, you are sure to pass 1z0-042 and 1z0-043.

Also, you cannot get OCP if you have not taken Oracle10g DBA courses from Oracle University or its partners.

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