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khushi gupta
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Hi EveryOne,
I am planning to give a SCJA exam next month. Can any one tell me about multiple choice question in real exam. Are they give a option how many you have to choose.

Is any free good mock exam for SCJA.

Thanks

W. Joe Smith
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khushi gupta wrote:Hi EveryOne,
I am planning to give a SCJA exam next month. Can any one tell me about multiple choice question in real exam. Are they give a option how many you have to choose.

Is any free good mock exam for SCJA.

Thanks



Yes, you are told how many options to select on multiple chocie questions.

As for mock exams, I suggest checking here.


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They do indeed tell you how many answers each question has.

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Snehal Hardikar
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I recently bought sun practice exam. But in some cases it doesn't say expected number of answers. Where you think multiple answers are expected but correct answer is only one. Can someone already appeared for exam put some light on this issue?
W. Joe Smith
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Snehal Hardikar wrote:I recently bought sun practice exam. But in some cases it doesn't say expected number of answers. Where you think multiple answers are expected but correct answer is only one. Can someone already appeared for exam put some light on this issue?


This is most likely a "practice the worst case scenario" situation. It forces you to figure out whether each individual answer is right or wrong rather than just go through a process of elimination to get the right answers.
 
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