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59+2 or 59? What counts at Java2 Prog. exam

andrey zvonerev

Joined: Nov 01, 2000
Posts: 10
I wonder if 2 "privacy statement" questions mentioned in suned website count at Java2 cert exam? If yes, what are they all about? If not, why they are included in the list?
Any idea?
"Q. Will there be the same number of questions?
A. Yes. There will still be 61 questions, two of which are part of our privacy statement."
Matt DeLacey
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Joined: Oct 12, 2000
Posts: 318
Yes, I've always wondered this as well. For instance, when you get your grade, is it graded out of a possible 59? Or 61? If 59, then do you basically get 2 free for answering the questionnaire (because there are no wrong answers right?)?

Mapraputa Is
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Joined: Aug 26, 2000
Posts: 10065
Oh no, no, only 59 answers will be counted. Bad thing is that time for answering this "part of our privacy statement" is INCLUDED in your exam time. I personally followed advises from this forum and answered "yes" for all questions not reading them - to save time. There are no wrong answers right? - Unfortunately wrong! Those who actually read the questions said that you must confirm that you will never reveal questions from the exam, and if you say "no" - well, then software will not allow you to take the exam

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