- Full Name
- Email Address
- Oracle Testing ID
that you have three attempts to authorize your account. After three
unsuccessful attempts, your account will be queued for manual review.
You will receive confirmation from the review team within three business
days. It is thus very important that you enter your information exactly
as it is in your Pearson VUE profile so that you can start using
CertView right away.
If you have not yet created your Pearson VUE web
account, watch this video below on How to Create Your New Pearson VUE Account:
Watch our Oracle Certification CertView "overview" video below as well for step-by-step instructions on authorizing your CertView account:
If you still need further assistance, please contact email@example.com.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I tried to enter my information three times and now I am locked out of the system. Can you help?
have three attempts to enter your information exactly as it is in your
Pearson VUE profile. After the third attempt, the account will be
referred to the Customer Service team for manual processing. You should
receive notification that your account has been authorized within three
I have gained access to my account, but I don't see any exams that I took at Prometric in my exam history.
has only uploaded "certification" history (not exam history) from
CertManager, except in cases where a candidate took a Part I exam at
Prometric and still needs to complete Part II. In those specific cases,
the exam history was uploaded so that the certification rules will be
activated once the remaining exam(s) have been completed. For all other
cases you will only see your certification history in CertView. From
this point on however - any exams that you take with Pearson VUE will
show up in your exam history in CertView.
I authorized my account with information from my Pearson VUE profile, but still cannot see my Sun Certification history.
you created your Pearson VUE web account, it's possible that (1) you
may have missed entering your Prometric ID, or (2) Pearson VUE may have
been unable to match your new web account with one of the records that
were migrated from CertManager. In either of those cases, you would have
been issued a new Oracle Testing ID. If you have an Oracle Testing ID
that is different from your Prometric ID, your records are not under the
same profile. You will need to request for Pearson VUE to merge these
two IDs. Go to pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge
and submit the merge request. If you have authorized your CertView
account using your Oracle Testing ID, you should request for this ID to
be the 'Surviving ID.' If you need assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.