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1Z0-819 exam details

 
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Hi everyone.

When should we expect more details about the new 1Z0-819 exam? I am mostly interested in the number of questions and also the passing score. The official exam page doesn't say much for now...

And also, when is the actual exam going to be available? I am very curious about how it is to take the actual exam compared to the soon retired ones.

I think we're not going to see anything until the 1st of October, but it doesn't hurt to ask...

Thanks!
 
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It's available now.  You can sign up to take the exam today with appointments (for me) as early as 9/21.  I expect Oracle to post the remaining exam details soon, but I would expect it to have less questions given the shorter time.

Also, having taken the 815/816 exams, 3 hours was kind of overkill for me.  Granted I didn't need a lot of time, but in most cases I finished in about an hour.
 
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Scott Selikoff wrote:It's available now.  You can sign up to take the exam today with appointments (for me) as early as 9/21.  I expect Oracle to post the remaining exam details soon, but I would expect it to have less questions given the shorter time.

Also, having taken the 815/816 exams, 3 hours was kind of overkill for me.  Granted I didn't need a lot of time, but in most cases I finished in about an hour.



I was also doing a mock exam in one and a half to 2 hours. Luckily I did not take the 1Z0-815 yet...I am going to prepare for 1Z0-819 directly, this is why I am curious about the exam details. Personally, I am expecting around 50 questions...
 
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