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Hi,

I am unaware of drag drop questions. I read somewhere that those are tricky ones and it takes some skills to solve those.
Please explain and guide how should I proceed with those? How to prepare for those? Any examples will be highly appreciated.

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A lot of mock exams contain drag and drop questions (like inquisition, examlab etc). You can practice those questions in them. Drag and drop questions are not too tricky. You just need to carefully read all the dragable options correctly. Also in the exam, once you answer a drag and drop question, and if you come back to that questions to review it, the answer gets reset, so try to answer them in the first pass and leave them as they are after that...
 
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What you mean by reviewing resets the answers?
Review means just seeing the subject question again, or there is an option to REVIEW which allows editing the answer?

Are you suggesting that one should answer in sequence and should not come back for review?

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When you reach a drag and drop question, the question is not displayed straight away. You have to press the exhibit button to view the question and the options (i.e. the dragable pieces and their slots). When you are finished you press the okay button. Now if you navigate away from the question and come back to it later on and press the exhibit button, the answer that you saved last time will be erased and you'll have to answer it again. So when you review all your answers and you reach a drag and drop question, your answer won't be erased if you don't press the exhibit button. So you can answer questions randomly and review all the questions a number of times, but you can't review the drag and drop questions...
 
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thanks ankit, that cleared my confusion as well. i was worried about as to how to review the rest of the questions and how to leave the drag drop at review.(that means simply do not press exhibit button on drag drop when we are reviewing)
 
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Just an update, I remembered that the name of the button which shows the drag and drop question is Task but not Exhibit (if I remember correctly). It doesn't make much of a difference but still I wanted to mention ...
 
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thanks for this helpful info ankit.
 
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Thanks Ankit for the info
 
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Moreover, when you click the task button to review the drag n drop question it gives you an alert that if you review this question it will get reset and ask you if you want to continue, so dont worry even if you click the task button the answer will not get reset until you click yes on that alert.
 
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