In all the practice exams I have seen, when you are asked a question that has multiple correct answers, you choose from square boxes intead if round ones.
- Is that true on the Cisco certification exams also?
Sometimes in the practice exams, I presume they give you maybe 5 choices randomly out of 6 or more. Sometimes then, even thought the question will say "select all that apply" only one of them will be correct. When this happens in the practice exams, you still get circles instead of squares, so you get a free clue that there is only one ansower.
- Does this happen in the real exam too?