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Ethan Zhang
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Is it possible for some nice guys to expose the whole questions and answers of Sun's ePractice exam?

I think it's very useful for us to prepare SCEA and help us find the gaps we are missing during preparation.

If we don't allow to talk about the real questions in SCEA here, it should be OK for FAKE ones...
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Or, is it possible to put all ePractice questions together?
 
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Originally posted by Ethan Zhang:
Is it possible for some nice guys to expose the whole questions and answers of Sun's ePractice exam?


Certainly is. Sun have done that for you. You just have to choose whether you want the free one or the value-added one.

Of course it would be totally illegal for anyone to copy Sun's copyrighted works onto this or any other site, and I am sure you are not suggesting that. Anyone who tried that would quickly find themselves banned from taking any certifications in the future (I believe Sun, Microsoft, Oracle, and several other organizations banned close to 1000 people last year alone).

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But I should say the result is exact the same...

Or you don't allow anybody to talk about ePractice questions?
 
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We allow discussion of individual questions in any mock exam, especially where someone doesn't understand the question or answer (or especially if they didn't understand the wording of the question or answer).

Copying the entire set of questions and answers would not be fair use - it is taking someone else's hard work and stealing it from them.

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