Sale on retiring Oracle 6i exams, plus Oracle beta exam extensions

April 15, 2009 at 10:18 am | Posted in Certification Paths, Oracle | Leave a comment
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If you’ve been planning to get your Oracle Internet Application Developer Rel. 6i Certified Professional (OCP) certification, act now to grab a practice test and schedule your exam with Prometric. From now until April 30, you can save up to 40% off the following Oracle cert prep products from Transcender (an authorized Oracle practice exam provider):

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Remember, 1Z0-101 is also a qualifying exam for Oracle9i DBA OCA and Application Developer R.9i OCA, so if you are working toward those certifications and planned to take that test within the next few weeks, you can also benefit from this sale – but you’ll have to act fast! You must take the qualifying exams before April 30, 2009.

After April 30, you will have to substitute 1Z0-007, 1Z0-047 or 1Z0-051 for 1Z0-001. Here are the full details from Oracle on the retiring certifiaction track and exam numbers.

In other Oracle certification-related news, there’s still time to take a beta exam for “Oracle Database 11g: Administration II” (1Z1-053) and “Oracle Database 11g: Performance Tuning”  (1Z1-054). The beta period for both exams has been extended to June 30, 2009.

Oracle beta exams are offered for a deeply discounted price and count as full credit toward the appropriate certification. Best of all, a Transcender practice exam is already available for 1Z0-053 (the numbering reflects the released exam number, 1Z0-XXX):

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