Sharing/Seeking exam content is a TCPP Security Violation

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Sharing/Seeking exam content is a TCPP Security Violation

All Teradata Certification testing candidates are required to agree to a Nondisclosure Agreement (NDA). Key elements of the NDA are:

You must agree to NOT reveal nor discuss verbally or in any written or electronic form:
- Teradata Certified Professional Exam questions and answer choices (exact wording of either questions or any answer choices)
- Teradata Certified Professional Exam questions and answer choices (paraphrasing either questions or answer choices)
- ANY Teradata Certified Professional Program content from beta or live exams

Unofficial study materials claiming such things as "100% pass rates", "actual test questions and answers", "pass for sure", etc., sold on the Internet or obtained from any unofficial source outside of Teradata, are likely to be NDA violations. Asking for, providing, and using violating materials are all TCPP security violations.

Data forensics will be utilized to monitor testing centers and individual exam results. Violations of security policies may be grounds for disciplinary action.

If you have questions about whether materials and other information is a violation of the Teradata Certified Professional Program security policies, please send an email to TCPP.Security@teradata.com