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hi there,
In part-1 of exam do the result comes out at that moment or it takes time?. Secondly, What are drag drop questions ?.
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1. The theory exam(Part-I) is an online exam conducted at the prometric centre.The results come out as soon as I click on the Finish button on the exam software. The software does the evaluation and based on how many answers were correct or wrong, tells you whether you have passed or failed with the relevant percentage. This is called the score card, of which a printed and endorsed copy is given to you by the prometric centre.

2. Drag & Drop questions are like "Match the following type of questions".
There are empty boxes, so instead of typing in the full answer. You select the correct answer out of the many possible answers shown on the screen, for that question and drag it into the empty box. It is quite simple......Theoretically, there is nothing to worry about
I am not sure if there are any D&D questions in the Part-I exam. :roll:
 
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