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Accessing Your Exam Results and Oracle Certification Records in Two Easy Steps

Sheryl Domingue
Senior Program Manager, Oracle Certification

Whether you've recently taken an exam, or it's been a few years since your last exam, you can access all your records in one place. Follow these two simple steps.

Step 1: Create or Update Your Pearson VUE Account

  1. Go to pearsonvue.com/oracle.

  2. Select your case:

  • I have never taken an Oracle Certification exam, or an exam at Pearson VUE.

Select Create Account and enter the information to create your account. 

  • I am accessing my Oracle Certification exam as part of your Oracle Cloud Learning Subscription.

Select Create Account and enter the information to create your account.

  • I have never taken an Oracle Certification exam, but taken an exam with another certification program at Pearson VUE.

Sign in and select the option 'See exams for a different testing program' and select Oracle Certification Program.

Step 2: Authenticate CertView Account

  1. Go to certview.oracle.com.

  2. Select First Time User and sign in with your Oracle Web Account username and password. 

  3. Provide the Oracle Testing ID and email address from your Pearson VUE profile. Note: Wait an hour after creating your Pearson VUE profile. If you have trouble authenticating and have attempted 3 times, your account will be referred for manual authentication. You will receive confirmation of manual authentication in 1 business day. 

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Comments ( 15 )
  • charbel Saturday, January 27, 2018
    I Provide the Oracle Testing ID and email address from myPearson VUE profile. but i face an error with authenticating and have attempted 3 times,so an error appear : your account will be referred for manual authentication. You will receive confirmation of manual authentication in 1 business day.

    this state will affect my exam next thursday
  • Brandye Barrington Monday, January 29, 2018
    Hi Charbel,
    The Oracle Certification Support team should have taken care of this and confirmed for you today. They usually clear these issues in 1 business day.

    Good luck with your exam!
    Brandye Barrington
  • Rajansinh Piludaria Sunday, April 15, 2018
    Hi, i have taken Certification Exam on Friday 04/13. Today early morning i received a mail from OU about availability of my result. However Certview URL is not working for me. i have been trying since last couple of hrs on different computers - BUT NO LUCK. could you please check and let me know.
  • Laura Kirchner Sunday, April 15, 2018
    I finally received my Oracle result email 15 HOURS after my exam, but the link does not work. Even when I go directly to certview site, I am unable to connect to the server
    "This site can't be reached
    When will certview be back up?
  • Brandye Barrington Friday, May 11, 2018
    Hi Laura,
    sorry for the delay in responding. I'm sure your issue is resolved by now. Please let me know if you still need assistance on this.

    Brandye Barrington
  • Chuk Thursday, August 2, 2018
    Hi there,
    We still have not received any support after 3 failed three attempts of certview authentication. It is more than 4 business days. You promised 1 business day.
    Thank you
  • Sheryl D Thursday, August 2, 2018
    Hi Chuk,I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble with your account. I've forwarded your message to our support team for help. I appreciate your patience.

  • Sandeep Monday, August 6, 2018

    I had cleared my 9i OCA Certification in 2008. Am I eligible to appear for 12C OCP Exam now.

    Your help in this regard would be much appreciated.

  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, August 30, 2018
    Hi Sandeep,
    You can move to 12c DBA OCP from 9i DBA OCA by taking a 12c training class and passing exam 1Z0-067. If you need assistance with purchasing a relevant training class, please contact our Oracle University team. They will be happy to help!


    Brandye Barrington
  • Harit Patel Friday, September 7, 2018
    I have taken my OCP 9i exam in October 2009. I have updated my details with Pearson VUE and i am trying to use same oracle testing ID and email id from VUE web account to Certview authenticate to view my past results but somehow it's not working. For your information, it's has been more than 4-5 hours. I have already tried couple of times and dont want to try third time as it will lock my account and i have to wait for few days. This is urgent as i need to publish my certificate to verify by third party. Can you please reply as earliest possible.
  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, September 27, 2018
    When your authentication fails 3 times, your account is referred for manual processing, which is typically taken care of within 1 business day.

    I recommend that you go ahead and allow your authentication to fail the 3rd time.

    Brandye Barrington
  • Eric Harvey Thursday, October 18, 2018
    Why is there no way to see the results of your exam, not the certification just a pass/fail, using a testing id? I know the results are available but even that email has no pass-fail indication. I am fine with waiting for access to the eCert if I passed at all, but not knowing if I passed or failed is driving me insane. I would venture a guess you would significantly reduce service requests by adding a pass-fail indication in the email. Additionally, when you are locked out of the account, there is no email sent to verify that your account is being reviewed, even more, uncertainty to be dealt with.

  • Bill Cunningham Wednesday, October 24, 2018
    I am an old timer. I received OCP - DBA 11/29/2000, OCP - Application Developer 12/15/1999, OCP - Internet Application Developer 7/7/2000. Is there a place where I can connect and verify that Oracle has my records? I will be looking for e-badges, certificates, logoware, etc.
  • Brandye Barrington Tuesday, October 30, 2018
    Hi Bill,
    Follow Step 1 above and select the option to create a new account on the Pearson VUE website. You'll need to have your Prometric ID so that you can enter that as you're creating your new account. If you don't have the Prometric ID, I'd recommend calling Pearson VUE customer service to get assistance setting up an account.

    You want to be sure that you associate your new account with your previous Prometric ID so that all of your previous certifications are associated with your new account.

    After getting a Pearson VUE account created, follow step 2. Once your CertView account is authenticated, you should be able to sign in to CertView and see the prior certs.

    Brandye Barrington
  • Brandye Barrington Tuesday, October 30, 2018
    I know that this is a frustrating process and we do feel your pain! I'm sure that's no consolation for you since we're feeling the pain that we've created :).

    Just to give you a little background, this process was initially put into place to make CertView the single source of truth for all things related to your certification, so requiring candidates to access exam scores thru CertView ensured that all candidates had at least visited once and were authenticated.

    Hopefully it will hearten you to know that we are working on a better process and hope to implement it sometime early next year.

    Thanks for your honest feedback and I hope that your exam was successful!

    Brandye Barrington
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