unreleased questions

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  1. morphology

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    Moderator, Please close this thread.

    Thanks everyone for their reply. Just don't want to upset more people. :=)
     
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  2. aegdboy

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    You do understand asking for"unreleased" papers is the same as making a thread: "I have $1000 and need to locate a cocaine dealer"

    Both very illegal and very immoral.

    Very unethical that you want to cheat.

    And you do know that SDN has your IP address, you better hope they don't forward it to the ADA now.
     
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    He voiced out what everone actually wants,
    everyone is here discussing all nbde unreleased ques,remembered ques,
    please give the poor guy a break,
    its so stupid to think,people are not trading ques,and if Sdn is Blind,cos they think its not their problem.
    Ada needs Fbi out here to monitor the site ,to keep it clean from "remembered ques"
    the moment someone postd his exam is done,he gets 200 hits asking for ques,which world are u living in?
     
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    :):)
     
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    Like aegdboy said, it is against copyright law and the ADA's non disclosure clause to discuss questions that have appeared on the NBDE (unless they are officially released). The ADA has gone after students in the past for discussing these questions and their scores have been voided. Do not discuss them here on SDN.
     
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