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Part I - Drag and dro clarification  RSS feed

 
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For Part-I, exam type is -
Multiple choice, short answer, and drag and drop.

I can understand Multiple choice, short answer but could not understand drag and drop. Any one please throw some info about drag and drop.

Thanks in advance
 
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I am not sure about the DND type questions in SCEA. But based on the experiences from SCJP 1.5 Beta, some questions will give you certain slots to fill in, together with various options. Instead of typing in the correct answers, you need to drag the correct option, and drop to the corresponding slot.

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No There is no drag and drop in exam.
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