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SCEA Exam Question Formatting

 
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Hi All,

I am preparing to take my SCEA exam. If I remember correctly from previous Sun Certifications, the exam software tells you how many responses are expected for a given question. For example, "Which of the following are desirable characteristics of an architecture (choose 3)".

Can anyone tell me if this is the case for SCEA exam or is it up to the sitter to determine how many answers should be checker? I think this point is very relevant to how you prepare for the exam.

Kind regards,
 
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All of the Sun multiple-choice exams use the same format, in that they tell you how many answers are required.
 
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