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SCWCD question format

 
Mathew Ung
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Hi,

In the multiple choice questions for SCWCD, are we told how many correct answers there are ? (eg. select two, three etc.)

Also what is the format of the drag and drop questions ?

thanks in advance,

Matt
 
James Clarke
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Yeah, Im curious about this as well, I can't remember what the question format on the SCJP exam was but they must be similar.

Does anyone else know ?
 
Bert Bates
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On the real exam, you will always be told how many answers are correct (although some mock exams say something like "choose all that apply").

As far as drag and drop questions, they can take many forms (complete a code sample, complete a directory tree, complete some faux-UML, complete partial descriptions, and so on). In general the idea is that there will be some blank spaces to be filled in, and there will be a "pool" of elements that can be dragged onto the blank spaces to fill them in. Sometimes you can re-use a particular element, and you'll know that if when you drag an element, another element appears in the location you just dragged from.

hth,

Bert
 
Parvathi G
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If we know how many answers we have to choose then the mockup exam will be easy compared to 'choose all that apply' option.

Thank you for the information Bates
 
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