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Are DnD question scored all or nothing?

 
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I'm using the Whizlabs simulator and its all or nothing on the drag and drop questions. Is it the same on the *real* SCWCD exam?

Appreciate the help,
Dave
 
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The Drag-n-Drop questions on the real exam do require an accurate answer. However, there are often several ways to create a correct answer; that is several ways of organizing the boxes that make a correct answer.

The DnD questions were difficult to create because we had to record *every* correct answer, but these types of questions also raise the "level" of the exam from pure memorization to a level that is more about testing whether or not you know what "code" (be it Java, JSP, or JSTL) is needed to solve a particular problem.

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Bryan
 
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