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Need Help regarding SCWCD5.0 exam  RSS feed

 
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Hello All,
How is the format of the exam?. Is it choose one,2,3 or is it like choose all that apply?


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Sachin Powale
 
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The exam does say how many correct answers are expected, so you're not totally on your own!
 
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Thanks Charles,
Actually I was reading HFJS, and all the questions are like, Choose all that apply. I thought whether it is the same in exam
I am giving the exam after reading HFJS only once and giving the mock exam provided on HFJS. Pretty uncertain about the result. But will give it a try.

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Actually I was reading HFJS, and all the questions are like, Choose all that apply.

Yes, apparently they do that. But it's good -- it makes you think more carefully about it than in the real exam, which in theory means the book tests comprehension better.
 
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