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non-disclosure on tests, aka "can I ask to see..."

 
Skip Cole
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Hi All,
What are non-disclosure requirements on the Sun take home tests?
I know we are not supposed to tell other's actual test questions. But is it okay to show someone thinking about taking the Sun Developer test the actual test? It doesn't seem wrong to me, since it is a project that they will have to put many, many hours into. Besides, when the time comes, they will definately need to pay the money, and buy their own actual version of the test.
I am asking this because I am studying for part I of the SCEA, and I would really like to see an example of the part II take home test. I would like to start thinking about that project, so the material I am studying can be incorporated into a bigger picture. (I've gotten a few of these design patterns down well now, and each time it was because I figured out how to incorporate them into real live projects.)
Thanks for your moral, legal, practical, etc. insight in advance,
Skip
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John Wetherbie
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I am not sure what the policy is. I would suggest you contact Sun.
John
 
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