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I will be taking the Exam near the end of the Month. In looking at some of the Mock exams comapred to my Self Test Exams, they dont tell you how many answers to provide such as choose two or choose three. How is the real exam laid out does it tell you how many answers are expected?
 
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Hi,


How is the real exam laid out does it tell you how many answers are expected?



The real exam will tell how many options you should choose.

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Thanks Joyce, I think that will help a lot, I find the ones that dont frustrating.
 
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