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Short Answers type questions in Part 1 ?

 
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Hello All Certified Professionals ,
I have 2 questions regarding part 1
1) Has anybody experienced Short Answer type questions in real exam?
2) In multiple choice questions, does real exams tells you the number of correct answers (e.g. choose 2 or choose 3) ?

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- Harish
 
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Hi Harish,
Welcome to JavaRanch.
I know I have had short answer type questions on many of the Sun exams, but I honestly cannot remember if there were any in the SCEA exam - sorry.
From the JavaRanch SCEA FAQ:


Do you get told how many answers you must choose in each question for part I?
If there is only a single answer, you normally get radio buttons so that you can only pick one answer.
In the multiple choice questions you are told exactly how many right answers there are, and the exam software stops you from selecting more than the right number of answers.


Regards, Andrew
 
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Thanks a lot, Andrew. Appreciated.
 
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