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On the real exam, is it possible to get a multiple choice question where none of the choices are correct?
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I don't think so
That would be mean !

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I think not. Sun has reviewed the questions many times to make sure something like this would not happen.
 
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I remember a while back on some mock exam saying on the real exam that one or two questions might have none of the choices are correct.
But no way.. Sun wouldn't do that. The questions are clear and it is clearly stated how many chocies should be selected.
 
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Ok good (I suppose).
Reason for asking is that I read in one of M Greens tests that there might be questions like that.
In JQ+ on each question there's an indication on how many answers should be picked. Is it the same om the real exam?
 
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yes, each question will tell you how many correct answers there are.
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