There should be no doubt in your mind that you are facing a test full of specific and pointed questions. If the version of the exam you take is fixed-length, it will include 55 “65 questions, and you will be allotted 75 minutes to complete the exam. If it's an adaptive test (the software should tell you this as you begin the exam), it might consist of a different number of questions and be alloted a different amount of time. Whichever type of test you take, exam questions will belong to one of five basic types:
You should always take the time to read a question at least twice before selecting an answer, and you should always look for an Exhibit button as you examine each question. Exhibits include graphic information related to a question. An exhibit is usually a screen capture of program output or GUI information you must examine to analyze the question's contents and formulate an answer. The Exhibit button displays graphics and charts used to help explain a question, provide additional data, or illustrate page layout or program behavior.
Not every question has only one answer; many questions require multiple answers. Therefore, you should read each question carefully , determine how many answers are necessary or possible, and look for additional hints or instructions when selecting answers. Such instructions often appear in brackets immediately following the question itself (for multiple-answer questions).