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hi,
I intend to take the Oracle fundamentals I exam.
I intend to use the Sybex study guide for this exam (isbn 0-7821-4063-7). The question is : is this guide suffisant ?
I read from this guide that there are two sections on this exam (basic & mastery), but the sample questions given in this book are not devided into two sections. How can I guess what will 'mastery' questions look like ?
If anyone has passed the exam, thank you to tell me where I can find a sample of these mastery questions.

thank you,
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Hello friend,

I am an Oracle 9i OCP,
I've passed Fundamentals I and i think it is very easy considering with the coming ones!!
just concentrate on Tablespaces.
and i can help you with some questions still on mind.

Regards,
Mustafa.
[ January 11, 2005: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
 
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Mustafa,
Welcome to JavaRanch! I'm editing out your e-mail. We prefer people post help in the forums for all to benefit. (It's also against our policy to give out real questions, but I'm not sure if that's what the original question is getting at.)
 
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hi Jeanne,

ok thats fine with me, but i didn't get any previous notice about "questions policies", and secondly if i had some questions it will be healpfull questions not real ones, specially that this exam i already passed almost a year ago.
am an OCP sinse febuary 2004!!

sorry again for this, please accept my appologies.

Best Regards,
Mustafa El-Shiekh.
 
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Mustafa,
You didn't do anything wrong. It was more of a comment in case Ray asks you for real questions (so you know the policy.)

In any event, non-real questions are fine to share. You can post non-real questions in the forum (please credit the source if at all possible) if someone asks.
 
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