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All Brainbench exams are free till 11/15. Enjoy!
 
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Which is all well and good, though I don't know how Brainbench exams are looked on in the marketplace. I more take them when they're free for the sake of just proving to myself that I know the technology, but... I generally don't put them on my resume. (Not that they also aren't more realistic exams, since you can look up answers, but..)

Any thoughts out there for how employers see them?
 
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