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SCJP Exam - Doubts in Format and Score

 
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I am a newbie here and am planning to take SCJP on Sunday. I have the following doubts
1. Will be an option which would indicate how many selections should be made for each question?
Eg: Question No 2: Select 3 options

2. When will the score be known? Will I be able to find out the score immediatly after the exam or should I wait for few days before I can know my score?

Thanks in advance
 
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Originally posted by Srikanth Dasamandam:
1. Will be an option which would indicate how many selections should be made for each question?
Eg: Question No 2: Select 3 options

2. ...Will I be able to find out the score immediatly after ...



1. yup. There are no questions on the scjp 1.4 exam that say something like "select all that apply".
2. yup. It's printed for you after you do your exam. But it doesn't tell you which questions you got wrong.
 
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Thanks....
 
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