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TOPIC: Multiple answers for one question?

Multiple answers for one question? 14 years 1 month ago #1555

  • Venkateswara Rao Vadlamani
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Hi,
Will there be any chance of having questions with multiple answers in PMP exam?

Thanks
Venky

Re:Multiple answers for one question? 14 years 1 month ago #1557

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Venky,

Each question on The PMP Exam has 4 answers: A, B, C and D -> However, only one of these answers is correct.

It is your job to select ONE of these 4 answers as the correct one. There are no questions on the exam where 2 answers are correct. There is only 1 correct answer. (Sometimes there are 2 answers that are similar, and that is when you have to decide which one is the better answer.)
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Multiple answers for one question? 3 years 1 month ago #27614

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The PMP exam will have one question and will ask which two are correct from 4 answers.
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Multiple answers for one question? 1 year 7 months ago #29972

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If two answers in one question then one is correct and another is wrong selected then half mark is given or zero mark for that

Multiple answers for one question? 1 year 7 months ago #29973

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Trupsh:

There will be only one correct answer for each question. (The one that PMI says is correct, of course.) Your score for that question is either right or wrong. No partial credit or weighted score is given.

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