There are Oracle bloggers that discussed their experience and opinion about this exam. See these links
I've done this exam and I suggest the following:
- read the exam topics
- read the Oracle documentations regarding to the topics
- if you don't like the Oracle docs, then get books from amazon, etc.
- buy test engines in order to get used to the type of the question
- practise on daily basis if you don't work as a developer...
The exam covered a few questions from each of the exam topics, so this isn't a one-day-long study and go opportunity. Take your time, since it will be spent on gaining knowledge...
To be honest I didn't like this exam because I had to read everything 3 times at least, it was really easy to make mistakes...
Thanks. Further to your answer .could you elaborate on following :
-read the Oracle documentations regarding to the topics -- Could you send the link for this
- if you don't like the Oracle docs, then get books from amazon -- Which specific books? i have bought the one suggested above by Jason Price.
- buy test engines in order to get used to the type of the question -- Which ones you bought ... we can buy those.
I have researched a lot on this ... but since no standard material has yet been published i am bit skeptical. Your help is highly appreciated.
you can find information about the exam (covering topics) here: http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=41&p_org_id=1001&lang=US&p_exam_id=1Z0_047
I didn't buy books for this exam, it was just a recommendation. Regarding to test engines: l always download the latest demos from official test engine providers, so I can get test questions (similar to the real ones) for free.
One more thing: I used the 10.2 version of the official documentaries to prepare.
Thanks Franky. I have gone through this site .what i couldn't find is the OFFICIAL DOCUMENT 10.2 you referred to. Also could u guide me as to how I can download latest test demos from official test engine providers?
what i couldn't find is the OFFICIAL DOCUMENT 10.2 you
You might have luck finding the OFFICIAL DOCUMENTATION from either http://docs.oracle.com or http://tahiti.oracle.com
It's also available from http://otn.oracle.com where you might note the quick links toward the top of the page.
It's also the first link returned for Google query "oracle 10.2 documentation"
And it's included on CD in the database CD pack if you have purchased that CD pack.