[lpi-discuss] LPI 117-102
m.hartmann at paulpaulito.com
Thu Jun 30 06:10:58 EDT 2011
You can find a small practice exam here PaulPaulito.com to check out the style of the LPI 102 exam.
If a question has multiple answers, you have to choose all the right answers, that surely makes these kind of question more difficult than those which have only one right answer.
If you have to fill in the blanks, then you may provide only one right answer. Also you have to know that the answer is case sensitive!
On Jun 30, 2011, at 11:52 AM, raghu mr wrote:
> I'm preparing for the 117-102 exam, where can I find the pattern/sample of the exam.
> I observe if any question has multiple answers, is it mandate that need to write all answers?
> In 117-101, there were questions of fill the blanks format, in that case if I write only 1 answer instead of all applicable, is that consider write or need to write all answers to get the marks for that question.
> Any light on this, do let me know so that I can complete my exam cent %..
> Thanks in advance !!
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