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I want to know about real exam question format

is number of answer to select is given
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as in all mock exam -> " choose all that apply "

 
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Also , i want to about question sequence that the topics put nicely together, or randomly mixed.
 
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They tell you to "select 2" or "select 3" on the real test.... also there's drag and drop questions which I found challenging.

The topics aren't only mixed, but some questions at first glance it's about one topic, but it's really about something different. The key is to read the question carefully and think critically and open-headed about what the question is asking.
 
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