you will be given a chance to review all of the questions or go directly to those you have marked. ..."
Originally posted by Junilu Lacar:
After the last question, you will be brought to the Summary Screen. This screen shows you all the question numbers. Questions that you answered but checked the "Mark" checkbox will be shown with a YELLOW highlight. Questions that you did not answer and did not mark will be shown with a RED highlight. Questions that you answered and did not mark will be shown with no highlight (normal).
In the Summary Screen, you can click on a question number to go directly to that question. And once you have been to the Summary Screen, the question will also include a "Summary Screen" button that will take you back directly to the Summary Screen.
So, this was my strategy for taking advantage of the "marking" and review features of the exam software:
1. Skip questions that have "exhibit" buttons -- don't select any answer. Since these take more time to read and answer, I would answer them after I answered all the easy/short questions. I also did this with questions that were on topics I was a little weak in (for me it was Threads). Also, keep an eye on the time. If you find yourself spending more than a minute or two on a question and think it will take you more time, skip the question and come back to it later.
2. Answer any question that doesn't have an exhibit. If I had a doubt about my answer, I would check the "Mark" checkbox.
3. When I get to the Summary screen, I go back to all the ones with RED highlight -- the ones that I didn't answer because they had long exhibits or were about topics I was weak in. Again, if I had a doubt about my answer, I would select the "Mark" checkbox. After answering the question, I would go back to the Summary Screen.
Repeat this step until there are no more questions in RED highlight.
4. After all the RED highlights are gone, I go back and review the YELLOW highlighted questions. I would change the answer or decide to go with the original. Then, I would uncheck the "Mark" checkbox and go back to the Summary Screen.
Repeat this until there are no more questions in YELLOW highlight or until the time runs out.
Hope this Helps,
[ January 20, 2002: Message edited by: Junilu Lacar ]
Originally posted by ravish kumar:
Now no 4. Will you get any marks for partially correct answers?