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Thank you for your continued interest in Oracle University and our Certification Program.
We are pleased to forward a write-up on creation of PearsonVUE ID for you who are going to appear for On-line examination.
Please note that the said ID is very much necessary to sit in On-line OTC Examination and need to be created at least 3 working days prior to the date of Examination.
You are requested kindly go through the same.
PLEASE CREATE PEARSON VUE ACCOUNT NOW, OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE A NO SHOW .
This is applicable to candidates who have enrolled to take an Oracle Certification Exam and this above mentioned change may impact you.
It is important that a new web account is created and authorised with Pearson Vue, otherwise you will not be able to sit your scheduled Certification exam. If there are problems verifying your previous account details, it may take up to three days to resolve.
Case 1: If exams have been taken previously:
If you have taken an Oracle Certification exam previously, there are a few steps you will need to take before attending your upcoming exam. These are explained below.
For previous exam candidates, steps required prior to attending Certification exam
• At least three days prior to your scheduled Certification exam you will need to create a web account with Pearson Vue, instructions are below
• Your Prometric Testing ID will become your “Oracle Testing ID”. If you do not have your Prometric Testing ID, a Pearson Vue representative can assist.Contact them via http://www.pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact
• Creating this new web account will ensure that your previous exam history is available, so your existing certifications and certification paths are not affected
Case 2: If You have not taken any exams previously:
Creating a Pearson Vue web account
If you are a new Pearson VUE user, and have not logged in to your profile on personvue.com/oracle before, you will follow the steps below to access your demographic data and Oracle Testing ID.
Further information is available from the Oracle University web site, just click here.
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