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Scoring for certificate 1Z0‐819

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Hello everybody, I promise to be nice <:

I'm taking the certificate 1Z0‐819. I have a question about scoring.
We have a question with multiple correct answers:

Which of the following are true statements? (Choose all that apply.)

A) Java allows operator overloading.
B) Java code compiled on Windows can run on Linux.
C) Java has pointers to specific locations in memory.
D) Java is a procedural language.
E) Java is an object-oriented language.
F) Java is a functional programming language.

If I answer B, E. These two correct answers will I get 1 point? What if I answer A, B, E? Do I get 0.75 points or 0 points? Are points being deducted for wrong answers? Thank you in advance for your help, this will be my first certification exam

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You need to select the exact number of correct options to get 1 full point.

You won't get partial points for selecting some of the correct options. So, if you were asked to select two options and if you select 1 correct option and 1 wrong option, you will get 0 points.

No point will be deducted from your total score if you answer a question incorrectly.
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