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format of exam questions

 
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Hi all,
This is a super easy question about the format of exam questions. I've seen in different mock exams different formats for check box style questions. Some say choose 1 or 2, others say choose all correct answers.
Does the exam use one, or the other or both ?
I know, it really shouldn't make a difference if we did our studying and know the material but every little edge counts
Thanks for your help once again,
Alex
 
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1) questions with 1 answer;
2) questions with 2+ answers (but will tell you how many answers need to be selected);
3) fill-in-blank questions: do need type in the coorect answer;
4) drag-and-drop questions: eg. to give the right steps for the JSP life cycle.
 
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