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  1. #1
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    I cleared 1Z0-023 Exam today(2 hours ago). My score was 61/64.I have no idea which anwers were wrong. It was pretty easy and I did not find anything in the Exam that would really make u think. I was hoping that I would be able to make 64/64 but oh well.61 is not bad either.

    Mostly I prepared from oracle books,sybex,STS .

    Thanks

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    Hi Merahul

    can i have ur email ?otherwise mail me nmrc_eric@yahoo.com.

    bye
    eric

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    Give yourself a pat on the back Merahul, that is an excellent score for this exam.

    Gee

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    Congrats!

    Very well done!

    I got only 58 last week. Was really surprised how easy and non tricky questions were. I am preparing for 025 now.

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    Thumbs up

    Congrats


    Well Done . I think anything 60 + is as good as getting full marks . I am also preparing for A & A , basically concentrating on ILT/STS . How I should take benefit of Sybex books .Should I go thru the questions bank only or I have to read the books once. Further ,I am bit scary about the below topics .What was the percentage of question on these topics and what sort of questions were asked .
    1. Log Minor
    2. Partitions of tables/index
    3. NLS
    4. OEM


    Regards
    Sudarshan

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    Congratulations on the excellent score! How did you prepare for the exam?

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    Congrats merahul!

    Sudarshan, youll get about (3) three questions on NLS. Dont worry to much about Log Miner, Partitions and OEM. Concentrate more on tablespaces/datafiles, Users, Roles & Profiles. good luck
    The Maverick
    Oracle Certified DBA - 8i

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