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  1. #1
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    Unhappy

    Hi
    I have passed 3 OCP papers for Oracle 8.

    My question is , are those papers score will be invalid after 31st Dec'2001?

    I passed first paper sometime in May'2001. Till this time i was thinking that i have to pass all the papers before May'2002. But now since Oracle 8 OCP track is retiring in March '2002 , so i my tube light turned ON.

    Please advise.

    Thanks And Regards
    DBKID

  2. #2
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    Don't worry!

    Your exams are still valid. But since Oracle 8 exams are retiring in March, you will not be able to write Oracle 8 exams after March. If you complete all teh exams for Oracle 8 prior to march you will become an OCP.

    Good luck
    Leo
    Oracle 8i OCP DBA
    Toronto, Canada

  3. #3
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    great ...one more ?

    Hi Leo,

    Thanks for quick reply.

    So by Mar'2002 i have to complete my rest of 2 papers. That 's nice.

    I can give Oracle 8 i upgrade exam after that , correct ?

    And do you know any site which says about validity of exams ?

    Regards
    DBKID

  4. #4
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    OTN

    There is a lot of info on OTN (otn.oracle.com)

    The answers to you questions are at http://www.oracle.com/education/cert...ocptracks.html

    You can upgrade to 8i as long as the exam is still available.

    8i is not going to retire until the end of 2002 at least. I think.
    Leo
    Oracle 8i OCP DBA
    Toronto, Canada

  5. #5
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    Angry sorry...

    Hi there
    sorry for asking again. but where exactly you see the info on validity of score on the link you sent

    becoz i checked out everywhere and i don't see it .

    thanks for all your help
    regards
    DBKID

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