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I everybody! It is the first time I'm posting here and as the topic says, I'm passing the SCJP exam next wednesday !
And in order to try my best not to loose point for no reason, I was wondering on some particular cases
So my question are :
- In a multiple or single choice question, is it possible that no possibility is right so that the question need to be left blank, don't think so but who knows..
- In a multiple choice question, is it possible every single possibility is a good answer ? I've aleady been faced to that kind of situation in Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates mock exams.
- The mock exam doesn't contains any drag & drop questions, so in real exam, for a question like
_ _ _ ();
where the only valid answer is to put "super", does the system accept this kind of answers :
super _ _ ();
_ _ super();
They should be all ok since it doesn't change anythink from java point of view, but I'm not that sure for the Exam system used since I've hear some wierd behavior reguarding drag and drop questions...
and if a blank field is provided, should I need to fill every placeholders with blank fields and one of them with "super" ?
I know these questions could seems foolish, but studying the exam turn me somewhat paranoid on every stuff!! So that's it!
Thanks a lot!