I just used the whizlab simulator for SCJP 1.4 to prepair the coming SCJP Exam in the nexe week. I have noticed that in Whizlab simulator, all the multi-choice question at least at two right choice; I never encounter the condition that a multi-choice question have none or one choice. So I wonder it's alwayse the case with the real exam, that: "A multi-choice question always has at least two right choice to it?". Another question about the simulator, is that I doubt the difficult level of the questions in it. I can always pass with about 80% or more. It's enough to get through the real SCJP exam? Thank you for your attention.
As far as I know, there is no requirement on the real exam that a question has more than 1 answer. You could quite possibly run into a multiple choice question that has just one answer. As far as the difficulty of that mock exam compared to the real thing, I can't really say how they compare. I'd try some of Dan Chisholm's exams as they seem to be pretty close to the real thing and, as a final test, try Val's exam. His is much harder than the real one. If you can pass that, you should be all set. I hope that helps, Corey
I would agree with Corey. I took the exam less than 2 weeks ago. I don't believe there is a rule excluding single answer questions. I think there were several questions on my particular exam where there was only 1 correct answer. I found Dan Chisolm's mock exam questions to be right on the money - check them out. Very useful for exam prep.