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Hi Gurus,
I wanna ask about ambigious question in which neither of the option is correct or every option is correct.. well do we have to check what we think is best or we have to leave the question. i was being adviced that leave the question, but then it will nto be evaluated isnt it? any suggestion will be of great help.
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In the exam you will always be told how many answers to check if it is more than one and there is always at least 1 correct answer.
 
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And as I understand it (as a newby), if you don't answer a question, it is marked incorrect.
 
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Not answering doesn't take a way points for your score you just dont get any for that question. When you go in you start at 0 points and then add points for every question you get right. So, in my opinion, if you absolutley can't narrow down the right answer it better to guess then not to mark anything - at least then you have a chance of getting points for it.

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