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We've gathered a collection of our quizzes on database-related topics. You'll find quizzes about database administration, SQL, Oracle and more. Want to study up first? See, below, our large collection of learning resources.

Need some background information before you get started? See our definitions for database, relational database and database management system (DBMS).

  • Oracle Database 11g -- This quiz tests your knowledge of SQL tuning, XML enhancements, upgrading and more.

  • Unleashing the Power of the Database -- This companion piece to our Learn IT guide of the same name covers essential database terminology and technology.

  • DB2 Crossword -- If you know the basics of DB2, you should be able to ace this crossword challenge.

  • DB2/400 DB2 UDB Fact or Fiction? -- This quiz is drawn from the expert advice of DB2 guru Kent Milligan.

  • Database Basics -- If you're just getting started with databases, this quiz will test you on the essentials.

  • Database II -- This quiz steps it up a bit to test on more complex concepts, such as levels of normalization and multidimensional databases.

  • SQL Concepts and Facilities -- Think you know everything there is to know about SQL? Test your knowledge with this quiz.

  • SQL Server 2000 -- Match SQL statements with their descriptions.

  • SQL Server 2008 -- Test your knowledge of SQL Server 2008 features, upgrades and migration.

 

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