How to Check Oracle and Microsoft Certification

In order to check Oracle Certification open the link: http://certview.oracle.com

To login with Certview you will have an SSO login for oracle. If you do not have SSO login then you must create a new account by providing the details (Oracle Testing ID).

Your Oracle Testing ID is your unique identifier for oracle certification program. You will have Testing ID if you completed at least one oracle certification exam in the past. You must record this number for future oracle exam appointments.

Here you are able to find your OCA/OCP certification history, review your exam history and you can track your success kit status also. After completion of OCP exam do not forget to Submit Course Form for validation: http://pearsonvue.com/oracle/

If it is your first login with Certview, you may be asked some questions about your PearsonVue profile in order to link your exams grade into oracle sites.

When someone achieves a Microsoft certification, Microsoft sends them an email with instructions on how to access the Microsoft member certification site. This email contains their unique transcript ID and includes instructions for going to Microsoft’s member certification site and creating a unique access code that allows others to view their transcripts.

In order to check Microsoft Certification open the link: https://mcp.microsoft.com/authenticate/validatemcp.aspx.  Enter the Microsoft Transcript ID number and access code. Click the button labeled “Log In.”

You can now view a record of this individual’s Microsoft certifications, which will show you in which applications they have achieved certification and the date each certification was achieved. It will also show you which Microsoft exams the person completed successfully in order to achieve certification. The report does not include the score received on each exam.

If you wish to print the transcript, you must do so before logging out and while the transcript is being viewed in your browser. Click on your browser’s File menu, then on Print.

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