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Drag and Drop Questions

 
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The Whizlabs Tip N Tricks says:

About 30% of questions of SCJP 5.0 exam are Drag and Drop questions. The answer gets reset if you try to review it. So, always complete and double check your answer before moving away from a Drag and Drop question.

Is this true? if I go back reviewing my questions the D&D questions will be reset?
 
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Correct.
 
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Unfortunately true. One strategy is to leave the drag and drop questions to last, mark them and skip. After you have finished and reviewed the non-drag and drop questions, revisit the drag and drop ones and hopefully get them correct first time.
 
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And it's possible to go to question X directly?
For example if I write some questions in a paper, can I go directly to these questions? Or only next, previous�?
 
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Originally posted by Joan Pujol:
And it's possible to go to question X directly?
For example if I write some questions in a paper, can I go directly to these questions? Or only next, previous�?



Yes that is possible! I think there is a Item Review Button,and then you can click directly on the question you want to do.
But I'm not sure if this button was there all the time, or only after I had gone through all the questions.. I think it is there all the time.
 
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The last question about the interface
In somple place I think that I have read that you have some time to test the interface, but I can't remember surely. It's possible to test the interface before the exam?
 
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You have to some question first, about your java knowledge, but that's all.
I don't think the UI will be a problem for you.
 
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