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Failed 10g OCA 1z0-042

 
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I took the test this morning, (Pass Score 49, my Score 48).it is harder than what I expect. Maybe I am not well prepared. the resource I used are Sybex Admin 1 study guide and Thomson Netg. the Sybex book is good, I think I have to read the book couple times more. The Thomson Netg was not helpful. I wish I can find Oracle ILT courseware,If anyone has any info about ILT courseware ,let me know.

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It's so sorry to hear that. It is a difficult exam because it combined all 4 Oracle9i DBA papers into 1. You really need to play around with Oracle10g DB in addition to read the book, as hand-on experiences are very important.

Anyway, best wishes for your next attemp.


I wish I can find Oracle ILT courseware,If anyone has any info about ILT courseware ,let me know.


The ILT materials only available to those who attemp offical Oracle training courses offered by Oracle University or offical training partners.

Nick
 
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