# 70-300 questions

Discussion in 'MCSD' started by Scott M, Dec 7, 2005.

1. ### Scott MGuest

I'm preparing for 70-300, and I have a few questions that I cannt find
awnsers for on MS's site:

1) On the "select multiple" questions, do they tell you how many to select
most of the time? On the transcender theres sometimes 6 checkboxes and its
just "Select all that apply". The reason i ask is because the previous
tests usualy said something like "Select two"
2) On multiple select questions again, if you get say 3/4 correct- you get
partial credit, right? The reason I ask is because on transcender if you
get one wrong you get 0 credit for that question.

I'm hoping to take the exam by the end of next week, but this is my first
case study exam.

Scott M, Dec 7, 2005

2. ### =?Utf-8?B?cm1hY2lhcw==?=Guest

Some of them will say "Select All That Apply" and others will say "Select
Two" or "Select Three".

There is no partial credit. You either get it right or get it wrong. And
that makes sense because the nature of the questions require all answers that
apply. If you miss one step (answer), then you did not properly answer the
question.

"Scott M" wrote:

> I'm preparing for 70-300, and I have a few questions that I cannt find
> awnsers for on MS's site:
>
> 1) On the "select multiple" questions, do they tell you how many to select
> most of the time? On the transcender theres sometimes 6 checkboxes and its
> just "Select all that apply". The reason i ask is because the previous
> tests usualy said something like "Select two"
> 2) On multiple select questions again, if you get say 3/4 correct- you get
> partial credit, right? The reason I ask is because on transcender if you
> get one wrong you get 0 credit for that question.
>
> I'm hoping to take the exam by the end of next week, but this is my first
> case study exam.
>
>
>

=?Utf-8?B?cm1hY2lhcw==?=, Dec 8, 2005

3. ### DSTGuest

Yep, most of the time you'll get "Select Two", "Select Three", ... and
sometimes "Select All That Apply".

On 70-298, I got a "Select All That Apply" question were I selected
only 1 answer. And I got a perfect score.

DST

DST, Dec 8, 2005

"Scott M" <smillard@mail[rem ove].ucf.edu> wrote in message
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> I'm preparing for 70-300, and I have a few questions that I cannt find
> awnsers for on MS's site:
>
> 1) On the "select multiple" questions, do they tell you how many to select
> most of the time? On the transcender theres sometimes 6 checkboxes and
> its just "Select all that apply". The reason i ask is because the
> previous tests usualy said something like "Select two"

In my 70-300 exam, almost all the "mult-ans" Qs are "select all that apply".
For "select two" or "select three" Qs that I got, each ans is complete
solution.
BTW, there are drag and drop Qs in the exam as well.

> 2) On multiple select questions again, if you get say 3/4 correct- you get
> partial credit, right? The reason I ask is because on transcender if you
> get one wrong you get 0 credit for that question.
>

Sorry, no partial credit.

> I'm hoping to take the exam by the end of next week, but this is my first
> case study exam.
>

5. ### Scott MGuest

Thanks for the info everyone. I'm taking the test on thursday. I thought
there was partial credit because on previous exams it seemed like there was,
but perhaps not.

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> "Scott M" <smillard@mail[rem ove].ucf.edu> wrote in message
> news:eS%23GXP0%...
>> I'm preparing for 70-300, and I have a few questions that I cannt find
>> awnsers for on MS's site:
>>
>> 1) On the "select multiple" questions, do they tell you how many to
>> select most of the time? On the transcender theres sometimes 6
>> checkboxes and its just "Select all that apply". The reason i ask is
>> because the previous tests usualy said something like "Select two"

>
> In my 70-300 exam, almost all the "mult-ans" Qs are "select all that
> apply". For "select two" or "select three" Qs that I got, each ans is
> complete solution.
> BTW, there are drag and drop Qs in the exam as well.
>
>> 2) On multiple select questions again, if you get say 3/4 correct- you
>> get partial credit, right? The reason I ask is because on transcender if
>> you get one wrong you get 0 credit for that question.
>>

> Sorry, no partial credit.
>
>> I'm hoping to take the exam by the end of next week, but this is my first
>> case study exam.
>>

>
>

Scott M, Dec 13, 2005