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Jayantilal Gosar
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Joined: Dec 19, 2003
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In one of the mock exams that i was giving there was a question which did not have correct option.
This explanation is given by the mock exam -->
"You may get questions in the exam that have no apparently correct answer. If you are absolutely sure this is the case, do not check any of the options."
Is it true that in real exam we might get such questions and we should not check any of the options


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Vicken Karaoghlanian
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Joined: Jul 21, 2003
Posts: 522
I think this case was applied on an older verions of the exam, the latest exam (current) will include the number of correct answers.
It seems your mock exam is too old.


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Thomas De Vos
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As far as I'm aware this is not possible.


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Matt Barbaro
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Joined: Jan 30, 2004
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is the Java 1.4 exam entirely multiple choice questions? The reason why I am asking this because on their site they say in addition to multiple choice there will be short answer? What does this mean? Do you have to type any java code? Any info I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
Vad Fogel
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Joined: Aug 25, 2003
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Originally posted by Matt Barbaro:
is the Java 1.4 exam entirely multiple choice questions? The reason why I am asking this because on their site they say in addition to multiple choice there will be short answer? What does this mean? Do you have to type any java code? Any info I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

You may be given some questions where you're supposed to fill in the blanks (normally, the question will ask you what is the result of the method execution, what is the value of the variable on line XYZ or similar to that).
Jessica Sant
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Joined: Oct 17, 2001
Posts: 4313

Originally posted by Vad Fogel:

You may be given some questions where you're supposed to fill in the blanks (normally, the question will ask you what is the result of the method execution, what is the value of the variable on line XYZ or similar to that).

from what I remember the 1.4 exam is totally multiple choice (in the SCWCD exam there's some drag and drop, fill in the blank kinda things).
In the 1.4 exam it will tell you EXACTLY how many answers you need to choose. If you choose too many answers, or too few, it will give you an error message telling you so. The exam is not meant to trick you -- just make you think.
Good luck!
Marcus Green
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That is a quote from something I wrote a while ago, it is not true of the current version of the exam.


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Vad Fogel
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I had a short answer type of question in November. They are tricky IMHO because any quotes or brackets you put in your answer can easily invalidate it. I strongly believe my answer happened to be incorrect.
 
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