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New Exam format - a question

 
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I heard that, I may get questions in the exam that have no apparently correct answer. In such cases the answer will be not to check any option.
Did anybody get such questions ? . In the new format of exam, the number of correct answers is supposed to be specified in the question itself. For example "select 2 correct answers" etc.
In the case of such questions where the correct answer is to select no option, what will the question say ?!!!.
I'm just curious to know this.
Your help will be highly appreciated.
Thanks In advance
 
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I think in the new exam, there will be a correct answer for all questions. But if you do get a question that says none of the following are correct, consider yourself lucky as that would be the easiest question on the exam. But seriously, I think there will always be a correct answer.
 
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Bill,
thanks for the quick reply. May be I'm mixing the old format and the new one. I was just going through Marcus Green's Mock exam and he states that you can get questions which require you to select 0 options.
This could be possible in the old exam format but not in new format. Of course Sun won't make our life so easy !!!.
Thanks,
Jaya.
 
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