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multiple choice questions

 
Jarek Jankowski
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Hi,
I have a question for those who already attended the exam regarding multiple choice questions. Is the number of correct answers given for those questions? Or it is like in K&B - "choose all that apply"? What is the ratio of questions with specified number of correct answers to total number of Multiple Choice questions (approximately)?
 
Ian Edwards
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Its been nearly a year since I did mine but I think it was 'all that apply'.
 
abhishek pendkay
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as far as I remember when I gave the exam it told me how many correct answers to select something like select 'n' correct answers for all Multiple Choice questions
[ October 03, 2008: Message edited by: abhishek pendkay ]
 
Marco Piva
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The real test ALWAYS tells you how many answers to choose.
There are no "choose all that apply" questions.
Read the "Introduction/Taking the Programmer's Exam" section of K&B where this is explained.
[ October 03, 2008: Message edited by: M. Piva ]
 
Jarek Jankowski
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Thanks M.Piva. I has been a long time since I read K&B introduction chapter.
 
Efesa Origbo
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that's a relief! those choose all that apply really are painful!
 
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