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SCEA Part 1 : Do questions indicate how many choices are correct?

 
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A sample objective type question from Sun's e-Practice test is like "blah, blah, blah...? (Choose Two).

Is that the way questions are asked in real exam also, i.e providing the exact no. of choices that are correct?
 
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anyone? this should be fairly easy for people who have cleared the exam already.
 
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In the real exam if you see a radio button next to choices it signifies that there is only one answer. If its check box it means the question has multiple answers. In my case the questions had the information on number of correct answers that need to be selected.

Hope that helps.

Thanks,
Chiru
 
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They will Ask find 2 / 3 ../ N options properly for multiple choice questions.

Don't worry.

Cheers!
Prathap.
 
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