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Exam question (IZ0-809)

 
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Hi Guys,

I know that for OCAJP (IZ0-808) (Java Programmer I), some questions were "non-graded" isn't that correct? Does the same hold for IZ0-809 (Java Programmer II). If that is the case, approximately how many questions fall under the "non-graded" category - or how many at most can exist.

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Rami,
Yes. There can be unscored questions on any exam. Oracle doesn't say the number of questions. But it can't be too many since they still need to figure out a score for the graded ones.
 
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