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Oracle Certification Exam Database: New Features for Administrators

by on December 13, 2012


If you’ve been preparing for the Oracle Database 11g DBA OCP certification or the OPN Certified Specialist certification, you may be aware that you will need to pass the 1Z0-050 certification exam Database 11g: New Features for Administrators with a score of 61 percent or higher.

During the 77 questions, you will be tested on your knowledge of enhancements related to installation, upgrades, storage, intelligent infrastructure, RMAN, and diagnosable. Additionally, your knowledge will be tested on the concepts of flashback, logminer, database replay, the data recovery advisor, and security. With such a large amount of concepts to be tested on the 1Z0-050 exam, candidates often feel some pressure going into the test.

Even if you have a number of years of work experience, the company proctored and non-proctored exams can require a greater depth of understanding than your training may have provided. For these reasons, Oracle highly recommends that you undergo training before attempting their certification exams.

Through Oracle University, you can take the Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Administrators Release 2 classroom course or the Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Administrators Ed 1 TOD classroom course.

Additionally, you may find the exam preparation resources provided by TestsLive to be helpful in boosting your exam score. Oracle also recommends the 1Z0-050 Oracle Database 11g New Features practice exam and the Cert-1Z0-050 DBCert: Oracle 11g Database New Features practice exam as ways to prepare for your 1Z0-050 exam.

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