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Drag and drop questions on the exam, is order important?

 
Scott Bown
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Hi fellow ranchers,

As part on my build up for the SCWCD exam I�ve complete several of the mock exam suites available including ones from Enthuware, Ucertify, and SelfTest software. I�ve noticed that in all of them I�ve been marked incorrectly on the drag and drop questions if they are in the different order to what the test software is expecting (example below). I dragged and dropped the filter, filter-name and filter-class tags.

My answer:


Correct answer


Does the real Sun exam follow the same rule? (as to be these are both correct?)

Can someone who has taken the exam or had a hand in its creation comment on this?

Many thanks,

Scott
 
Michael Ku
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(as to be these are both correct?)


I am not sure what you mean by this comment. In this case order was important and will be on the exam. When the drag and drop answers do not depend on order then as long as you have all the correct information the answer will be marked as correct.
 
Scott Bown
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Sorry, a typo...
(as to be these are both correct?)
should read... (as to me these are both correct?) . as in both filter declarations are correct yet the mock exam software mark my answer (first one) as incorrect.
 
Michael Ku
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Again, order is important. Try configuring these tags in your web.xml file and you will see that they do not meet the tag definition for web.xml

Your answer is not correct.
 
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On the real exam, if more than one order is correct, then ANY correctly specified order will be counted as correct. In other words, some of the drag and drops have more than one correct solution.
 
Scott Bown
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Originally posted by Michael Ku:
Again, order is important. Try configuring these tags in your web.xml file and you will see that they do not meet the tag definition for web.xml

Your answer is not correct.


I stand corrected! didn't think order of tags was something i needed to remember, many thanks.

Also Thanks Bert for the confirmation.

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