I would like to know if these topics listed are the only topics I must to study to pass on this test.Those are the official topics from Oracle Education. Any questions asked on the test will fall into one of those categories. There are never any surprise topics that aren't available from the list.
there are some exams where users complain that they encountered questions which are not related to any topic,I've taken a bunch of Oracle exams and I can say that no question has ever struck me as being outside the bounds of what the topics listed are. That said, with just a single sentence (or sentence fragment) to work with, it is not always easy to determine exactly what all information Oracle Education intends to be covered by a particular topic. When I'm writing study guides, I often have to do as much research to figure out what is meant by a given topic as I do pulling together the information needed to cover it.
nor the response is in the official study guides (Recommended training and preparation).The official preparation isn't guaranteed to cover every single question that may appear on the exams. The Oracle courses and the exams normally are in very close lockstep in terms of the information taught and the information tested. Taking the recommended course, however, doesn't mean that you should not also prepare using a second method as well.
In my opinion, the recommended training SHOULD BE guaranteed to cover every singleWe'll just have to agree to disagree on this. My own opinion on certification tests is that the primary value is in the preparation for them, not in getting a piece of paper. As such, you prepare using multiple sources always. Oracle Education is the best single source of training material for a certification. I say as much in the following article.
question that may appear on the exams, because again, it's what Oracle recommends.