Yes, braindumps are questions and answers to the exams. Sometimes
right and sometimes wrong all depending how long the idiot that
creates the dump can retain the questions.
"KLXrider" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 08:45:26 -0700, "Martijn" <(E-Mail Removed)>
> >Is that the case???
> Yes, braindumps are questions and answers to the exams. Sometimes
> right and sometimes wrong all depending how long the idiot that
> creates the dump can retain the questions.
Or how well the GENIUS posts incorrect answers (intentionally).
"Martijn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> What is Microsoft doing about it?
That would seem to be a very good question.
I know that they have sued and closed-down some companies *selling* MS exam
questions as study-guides/prep-tests, but they don't *seem* to be doing much
(if anything) about braindump websites.
>Arent there something
> like 1000 questions or more for each exam orso? And dont
> they keep updating their exams?
I don't know, and I'd assume that anyone who might (Andy Ruth, etc.)
wouldn't be allowed to disclose that information.
I would have thought that *if* they had a sufficiently large pool of
questions, and *if* they update them frequently, there wouldn't be much of a
However, as out most recent proud dumper announced, that does not appear to
be the case.