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Making the Most of Your Study Time

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Getting certified is a big commitment, requiring a significant investment of time, energy and brainpower. In a recent survey, more candidates indicated that - when deciding to pursue certification - their time investment was a more important consideration than their money investment. Because of this, it's important that you make the most of your preparation time investment.

I've been asked many times: "what study or preparation methods and materials do you recommend for Oracle certification?"

I highly recommend that candidates include the following two steps as a part of their exam preparation process:
  1.  Review and understand the exam objectives - The exam objectives are provided on the Oracle certification website and are intended to help you get an understanding of the topics, scope and breadth of the exam. Conduct a carefully review the topics and determine where you have gaps in your knowledge and skill set.
  2. Build and execute a Personalized Study Plan - Create a customized plan of action to help you close your knowledge gaps (from your analysis mentioned above). This may include items such as Oracle training, hands-on practice, books and white papers (on the Oracle Technology Network).

Since your goal of becoming certified is a significant time investment, remember to focus your Personalized Study Plan on items that will provide the largest return on your time investment - these might include comprehensive reviews and practice exams.

The decision to become certified is not trivial; however by making the most of your preparation time you can learn more and become more certain that you are ready for your test

Keep an eye on our blog for some new exciting things that will help you accelerate your preparation and help get you ready for your certification exams.

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