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SCEA Part 1 | Number of correct answers

 
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Hi all,
I am frequent visitor to this forum. I was looking at some mock exams (Javabeat, Wizlabs). I have noticed that some exams mention numbers of correct answres and some don't.
In the real exam (SCEA Part 1). Does questions also state (chose n options) if there are more than one right answers?
Thanks,
HD
 
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The radio buttons (choose the correct one) and check boxes (multiple selections) distinguish such differences in real exam. I could remember that some questions were stated like... "choose 5 among 8 options".

Regards,
Riyaz
 
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I recently took the exam and It does specify "Choose n correct options".
 
Hd Singh
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Thanks for your responses.
 
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