It has any consequences toward PMP exam final results if any questions were answered but at the same time remained marked after finishing the exam and pressing the complete button. I mean if any question is left marked , in other words questions that inadvertently never were unmarked after answered it.
Marking questions will not have any consequence on your exam result. You do not have to "unmark" your questions. Just like you don't have to undo any strikethrough you may have done on answers in particular questions. I hope this answers your question.
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Thank you very much for your answer. I have been practicing in PM PrepCast Exam Simulator and have noticed it doesn't have any effect the marked question, but was wondering about the real PMP Exam. I assume your answer apply to PMP real Exam as well.
Yes, that is for the real PMP exam as well. Sorry for not being clear on that. Also, you should know that the strikethrough capability exists on the actual PMP exam and is very useful. I think that is a feature the PrepCast team is thinking about implementing in the PM Exam Simulator.
you can striketrhrough answers (or part of answers) were you are pretty sure that this is not the correct one or irrelevant information. In case you also mark the question for review and come later back to the question you directly see the answers you strikthoug previously. So you don't need to worry about them any more and just can spend your time on the remaining answers.
I am not sure if you can also striketrough parts of the question ...
Anyhow I did not use this feature during the exam - even it was exmplained very well in the tutorial before starting the exam. As I had enabled native language support I think the striketroug was not working that well. Meaning you could only striketrough the English answers, but the ones in your prefered language were not strikedthroug. Similar as it is the case for marking the answer. You can only mark English answers.
I just put some notes on the sheet of paper for some few marked questions and the two answeres were I was wondering which one to choose.
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