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Oracle training vs learn empirically

Christian Cabrejo J.
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Joined: Aug 11, 2013
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Hi, I'm preparing for the 1z0-803 exam I would like to know whether it is advisable to take the oracle training on a training center or learn empirically.

Thanks.
Roel De Nijs
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I never took an oracle training to pass a certification and I passed a few of them


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Mala Gupta
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Christian,

Christian Cabrejo J. wrote:Hi, I'm preparing for the 1z0-803 exam I would like to know whether it is advisable to take the oracle training on a training center or learn empirically.

Thanks.


Different people like to consume information and prepare for an exam in different manner-some like to experiment and explore the topics themselves, some prefer an online or class training, some prefer preparing from book(s), others might prefer a combination of these.

Resources with respect to time and money also play an important role in deciding on whether one should opt for an Oracle training at a learning center or learns empirically.

A good certification training would bundle all the relevant information that you need to pass the exam, together with mock exam. So you get all the required information at one place. This would need less of your time, but would come for a reasonable fees. Best suited for professionals, who are not completely new to the certification topics, wish to write the exam soon and have limited time to spare for the preparation.

With learning in an empirical manner, you should be ready to invest sufficient time and remain motivated to explore and experiment with the exam topics.

I wish you Good Luck with your exam preparation.

With respect,
Mala


Author of Manning's OCA Java SE 7 Programmer I Certification Guide and OCP Java SE 7 Programmer II Certification Guide
 
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