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The book by mala gupta mentions that "On the real exam, each question displays the count of correct options that you should select". My question is .... can the number of correct options be lower than the 'count ' displayed for that question ? It seems like i get an additional clue if the count exactly equals the number of correct options.

BTW, are the real exam questions as difficult as the ones given as 'Sample Exam Questions' in the book by Mala Gupta ? Is it more difficult or less difficult than the sample questions ?
 
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With each question you'll know exactly how many correct answers you have to select. So that's already a very big help making the actual exam a little bit easier than most mock exams.

If you go through the certification results forum you'll definitely find some posts with experiences from other ranchers. This one (by Tina Smith) is one of the best I've read so far.
 
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