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I was forwarded a link to a CIO.com article where they talk about how Microsoft and CompTIA are employing tools to analyze your behaviours when writing a certification test to determine if you have used any braindumps or illegal test preperation material.

http://www.cio.com/article/446591/IT_Certification_Practice_Exams_Could_Kill_Your_Career

Interesting to see so many negative comments at the end of the article. I'd like to hear if someone passed an exam and was then incorrectly accused of cheating.  From the last few exams I wrote, there's plenty of information to read so even someone who knows their stuff inside and out, I'm sure they won't be able to answer a the majority of questions inside of 5 seconds. To me that would be a one of the "tells" to indicate that the testee had been studying the questions. Posted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 10:24 AM Certification | Back to top


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