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SCEA part 1 - material and practise questions

 
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[Edit, paraphrasing original post: Hi, I like to break the law, and encourage others to do the same.]
 
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Hi Raj,

The info provided by you certainly would help. Thanks for your time.
As you mentioned, Please provide the more infor on SCEA as and when you get some time.


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Note that posting real questions is breaking the law. You agreed not to do it when you signed up for the exam.

JavaRanch strongly believes in copyright and protecting the rights of the copyright holders. You can find out more by reading JavaRanch's Postion on Real Questions - a link to this is on the top of every certification forum, including this one.

I strongly recommend you remove your postings on real questions, since leaving them up could result in legal proceedings against you. In the past certification companies such as Sun, Microsoft, and Oracle have been known to take such actions as taking the poster to court, canceling any certifications they previously got, forbidding them from taking further certifications, and passing relevant names onto other certification groups so that the person is stopped from getting certification in other areas.

Aside from all the legal issues, I cannot believe that anyone would willingly help another person cheat. All it does is lower the value of the work that the non-cheater does. If a company hires a person who has cheated then they will quickly find that this person does not have the skills to do their job. Next time they are looking at hiring someone they are likely to decide not to bother hiring anyone who has that particular certification based on this experience. So all you are doing is hurting your own job prospects.

Andrew
 
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