Originally posted by Sunny Jain:
but i dont understand how come some website got the real questions..I appeared for the exam in march and when i saw the question..I saw all the question in that file..!
Wow. Strong statement. This suprises me.
mmm... here is a statistic. I interview some one once in 2 weeks or so. Some candidates have a certification towards their name. I am yet to see one that passed the exam without cheating.
Originally posted by Marcus Moreno:
A score is nothing. It's the knowledge you will gain.
1. "Cheating" is never good or bad. It's a tool. It depends on you, what you do with it.
2. You can't cheat knowledge. I even doubt you could only cheat a good score. Well, if you could, this would in the end make you look even more silly - a morron with a golden chain! ;-)
3. You can never cheat yourself, you can hardly cheat other's. It's your knowledge that make's the difference, and not your golden chain.
4. Stop those "cheating is bad discussions", if you want to stop people from cheating.
IOWs, when I see a SCJP on a resume, I give it zero weight. And I am sure that I am not the only one that does it.
Originally posted by Deepak Bala:
... Eventually when I interview that person they end up knowing nothing about java...
Originally posted by marc weber:
How do these people even get an interview?