Courses at Penn Foster are generally accredited by the Distance Training and Education Council. As with all accredited educational establishments, every effort is made to avoid making exam questions and answers public so that students cannot cheat and gain qualifications in subjects they have not studied sufficiently.
If you are looking for answers for upcoming exams on the internet then this would most likely be considered as cheating. If you are unsure about what constitutes cheating, check the details in your course handbook or look on the Penn Foster website.
However, if you are trying to complete practice exam questions and would like answers to see how well you are doing or if you need help with preparing for an examination, you should contact your tutor for advice. Depending on the course, your tutor may be able to provide you with past papers and example answers.
Penn Foster also have an online discussion board for staff, students and alumni where you may be able to get assistance if you have particular questions. However, this will be moderated by staff from the college so any discussions which construe cheating will be investigated and if cheating is detected, you may not be allowed to complete your course.