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Exam marking rules

DBOY WORLD
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Joined: May 23, 2004
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Hi,
could anyone kindly inform me how questions are awarded marks. I mean if u have 3 correct options (a, b, & c) in a particular question and you picked only 2 correct ones. Would u still be given part-mark or you get nothing on that particular question ?..thanks
Hai Lin
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Joined: May 23, 2004
Posts: 79
I think you get nothing. As for multiple choices questions are concerned, missing any correct choice is wrong, e.x, the correct answer is A, D, E, but you chose A, E, then you are still wrong.

But don't worry, I think the exam will tell you how many correct choices you should choose. Like the SCJP exam. right?
 
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