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Hi all!

I didn't know where to put this question and since I just did SCBCD here it goes ...

I never heard the term braindumps while I was studying for SCBCD or SCJP before that. Now I want to do a M$ certification and the first thing I saw when I entered one of the forums on their site was this fuz about braindumps. It seems to be a big issue there and people gets very passionate about it. That made me think, all the mock exams we do for the Java certifications and all the simulators out there (ejbcertificate, jdiscuss, ejbplus etc etc), are they considered braindumps??? I have to say I got very similar questions in the real exam to those I had seen in mock exams around here. What is Sun's position on this?

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What is Sun's position on this?

You should ask Sun directly.

All I can say is that the NDA you accept at the beginning of any Sun certification exam should prevent this behavior. Obviously people do not read them...
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