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Spring Certification Question - All of the above  RSS feed

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 While doing a lot of Spring mock exams (SpringMockExams & ITestJava) I have noticed that sometimes there is an option for "All of the above" in a question.

Sometimes it's required to be clicked exclusively and sometimes not  e.g.

Q. Which of the follow are true about xyz?

a. (answer is true)
b. (answer is true)
c. (answer is true)
d. All of the above

One exam marked the question wrong when I chose A,B,C,D stating I just should have chosen D but another exam deemed A,B,C,D correct.

For those of you who have done the Spring Certification exam - I'm just wondering how the real exam handles it - does this situation even occur?

Or does the real exam prevent this by only allowing you choose one answer when "All of the Above" appears?  (you would hope the real exam would take either.)

Thank You.
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