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SCEA Mark Allotment

 
vikram kumar
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Hi Ranchers,

Today I was taking up a the sample test in Whizlabs and observed that for multiple choices question suppose there are 5 different choices(A, B, C, D , E, F) available for a question and out which 3( A, D, F) are correct, suppose if I have selected A, D, E then I was given some 0.75 marks. I like to confirm whether Sun SCEA follows the same approach for the above scenario or there wont be any mark assigned by considering it as a wrong answer please share your thoughts.

Thanks,
Kumar
 
Scott Soo
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Hi,

My understanding for Part 1 is there is no partial mark for a question. It is either a full mark for correct answer or zero for wrong answer.

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vikram kumar
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Thanks Scott,

If that's the case do you mean to say that the ranking system that has been followed by the Whizlabs is not same as the real exam?

Regards,
Ramesh
 
Scott Soo
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Hi,

I am not able to comment as I did not use the Exam Engine. Not sure how the Exam Engine Marking System works.

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