IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED FOR ALL TEST TAKERS: Score reports are now available only through Oracle’s CertView certification portal. An Oracle Web Account is required for CertView access. You MUST authenticate your account at certview.oracle.com once you have created your Pearson VUE web account to avoid delays in receiving your exam results. Please allow one hour after you create your Pearson VUE web account, before you attempt to authenticate your CertView account. If you try to authenticate prior to this, you will likely receive an authentication failure notification.
Oracle certifications are tangible, industry-recognized credentials that can help you succeed in your IT career and provide measurable benefits to your employer.
Oracle certifications are a reliable validation of training and experience that can accelerate your professional development, improve your productivity, and enhance your credibility.
For IT professionals and managers, each Oracle certification level signifies a benchmark of experience and expertise recognized for its value and relevance in the IT industry. Today there are over 1.5 million Oracle Certified Professionals worldwide.
Proctored/Non-Proctored Exams — Most of Oracle Certification’s exams are considered high-stakes exams and are therefore only delivered with a proctor through Pearson VUE testing centers and some Oracle University training locations. Oracle also offers several exams online without a proctor. These exams provide more accessible way to get started on a certification path. Non-proctored exams do not require preregistration or an appointment, and are available on-demand 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Beta Exams — Oracle also occasionally offers beta exams, which are preproduction exams used by Oracle to evaluate new exam questions with the participation of a live audience.
Oracle Database OCM Exams — Oracle Certified Master (OCM) exams for Oracle Database are conducted at designated Oracle University facilities in each global region. Visit the Oracle Certification website to learn more and register for OCM exams.
NOTE: You must create a web account with Pearson VUE before you can schedule your proctored or non-proctored exam. The email address used in your Pearson VUE web account will be the email address used to notify you that your exam results are available in CertView. It is very important that this email address is valid and will accept emails from @pearson.com as well as @oracle.com.
Appointments may be made in advance or on the day you wish to test, subject to availability. Pearson VUE offers a variety of scheduling options—
You will be required to acknowledge that you have read, understood, and will abide by the terms and conditions of the Oracle Certification Program Candidate Agreement before taking the exam.
Getting Your Exam Results from Oracle
- Before taking the scheduled exam, you should verify you have an Oracle Web Account and then authenticate your account at certview.oracle.com using the email address and Oracle Testing ID in the Pearson VUE profile
- After taking the exam, you will receive an email from Oracle indicating that your exam results are available at certview.oracle.com
- If you have previously authenticated your CertView account, you will simply go to CertView, login and select See My New Exam Results Now.
- If you have not authenticated your CertView account before receiving this notification email, you will be required to authenticate before accessing your exam results. Authentication requires an Oracle Web Account user name and password and the following information from your Pearson VUE profile: email address and Oracle Testing ID.
- Go to certview.oracle.com where you will be given the option to create an Oracle Web Account if you do not already have one. You will also be prompted to authenticate your account.
- After account authentication, you will be able to login to CertView and select See My New Exam Results Now.
Candidates must wait at least 14 days before retaking any failed proctored exam. There is no waiting period for failed online, non-proctored exams. Passed exams and beta exams may not be re-taken. Violations are subject to Oracle’s Fraudulent Activity Policy.