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Lucas Smith
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I do not know why my answer was wrong.
There was no info that all of the gaps must be filled.
Any ideas?


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Jason Irwin
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It looks like a bad question. My guess is that leaving anything blank is wrong.


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Devaka Cooray
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Lukas Smith wrote:I do not know why my answer was wrong.
There was no info that all of the gaps must be filled.


Your answer is wrong, because you left a slot without filling; and no need to explicitly mention that all slots must be filled. Please keep in mind that all of the slots must be filled for ALL of the drag-and-drop questions in the real exam too.

Ps- Hope it's not a bad question, anymore


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Lucas Smith
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OK thanks Devaka. I'll keep it
Jason Irwin
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If the question can be correctly answered in less slots that provided, then it is at least ambiguous.

But I'll keep the "all slots must be filled" in mind when I starts to look through Examlab!
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Jason Irwin wrote:But I'll keep the "all slots must be filled" in mind when I starts to look through Examlab!

And you have to keep the same fact in mind for the real exam too.
 
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