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Hi, there:
I have a question regarding to Java 2 programmer certification exam. I understand that there 2 kinds of answers:
(1) select one answer (radio selection)
(2) select all that apply (checkbox selection)
If it is the second case, "select all that apply", is it possible that actually "selecting none" will be the correct answer? or I have to select at least one choice from the list of answers.
Thanks!
 
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What I heard is you have to answer all qstns. Otherwise the Exam Simulator says that haven't answered that particular qstn. For ex. not checking any of the answers in a multiple choice (check box) qstns. I hope if none of the answers is correct, then there will also be an option saying None of the above
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maha anna
[This message has been edited by maha anna (edited March 16, 2000).]
 
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In all cases there will be at least one correct answer in Checkbox questions. Of course, any of those could be "None of the Above" but that is STILL a checkbox to mark.
 
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I'm not sure any more but I thought on the test that I took that there was one multiple choice question that offered none of the above as an answer. So of course I selected that answer as well as two others for the given question.
 
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