Oracle 10g OCP Certified(1z0-042+1z0-043 Cleared) ~~~~~~~~

Dear All,
Today is Really a Great Day for my carrer and i want to share it with all of you.today i have cleared Oracle 10G OCP certification.
i took six month for preparing this certification.Oracle sybex books and oracle notes is very useful and Real exp on oracle Really helps me lot.(specially on 10g)
Overall Score in 10G OCP certification
Oracle 10g Admin-1 92%.
Oracle 10g Admin-2 96%.
Thanks a lot for all of u for ur kind support and help for achieving this goal.and best of luck from my side who are preparing for OCP certification.
Thanks and Regards
Kuljeet Pal Singh

Hi kulijeet,
I am preparing for 1z0-042 and 1z0-043exam, I read that u have finished that exam,
So can u please send me a copy of Sybex material , Really appreciated
My email id is [email protected]
I am not getting that study guide, it will be nice that if u help me out.
Thanks in advance
Hurmath

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    user11183889 wrote:
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    This does not affect you with regard to 1z0-042 for 10g DBA OCA; but DOES affect you if you go on for 10g DBA OCP.
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