In the first part of this series, we examined how Salesforce exam dumps come from untrustworthy sources and hamper your ability to learn properly. Though both issues can lead to financial and personal issues, they are not the only reasons why you should not cheat as you prepare for your certification exam. Here are the next two reasons why you should not use exam dumps.
3. They Cause Emotional Stress
The process of cheating can cause a great deal of emotional stress. Those who cheat and at first get away with it, may feel guilty and suffer from low self-esteem. These feelings can increase when surrounded by those who have put in the hard work and have a good understanding of how to proceed with the work to be done. The far-reaching consequences of these feelings can go beyond work relationships and infiltrate into family and other personal relationships. Additionally, cheating can be habitual and once that line is crossed, you lose a part of your personal integrity which is difficult to recapture.
4. They Are Unfair & Disrespectful
Salesforce Ohana is a tremendous support system that helps each of us within the Salesforce ecosystem to not only better ourselves, but also help companies enable their businesses with the power of Salesforce. Utilizing exam dumps to get certified is the proverbial slap in the face to everyone who is collaborating and supporting others within the Salesforce ecosystem. People go out of their way, investing personal time and effort, to help others on their Salesforce journey. Each week new content is created on how to successfully prepare for certification exams – much of it free. Utilize these resources stress-free and prepare for your exam with integrity.
It is simple - exam dumps are bad news, and we will share additional reasons why they are a horrible idea in our final blog post of this series. Please note that Salesforce takes the integrity of their credential program very seriously and if you see violations of the program, please submit a case here.
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