ccna 640-802 exam

Hello.

I was just wondering about teh marking scheme that cisco used in regards to their CCNA 640-802 exam. Basically, an example..If i get a multiple choice question that asks me to choose 3 out of 5 possible answers, and i get 2 right and the 3rd one wrong. Will they give me partial marks for the 2 boxes that I ticked correct or mark treh whole question wrong because I got the 3rd tick box incorrect??

Also how many simulation questions are usually put into the exam?

Any help would be greatly apperciated

Liam
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liamrichardsAsked:
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MattiasNCommented:
Yes, One of my question was somewhat like.

"we have a network 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.252 with subnet zero enabled, configure the second valid subnet using RIP version 2". This is a fictional question so dont lab on this one. Its just an example on how it looked like. Then you have a console and you are to make the changes needed on the router.
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MattiasNCommented:
Hay there. Its devided into different question types where some are single point of answere some are multiple point, some are drag and drop questions and then there are 2 simulations. To the question where you asked if you get points when you dont score full on a multiple question I would say I belive so, had that fealing after the test.

Best regards
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liamrichardsAuthor Commented:
Cheers i appreciate this. Wiith regards to teh simulation questions, does it have set topics eg. ACL , or can thh simulations be about anything e.g. something simple like configure hostname??
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liamrichardsAuthor Commented:
one last thing..do you know if you allowed to take a calculator and a notepad into the exam? or for stuff liek subnetting do they expect you to work it out mentally?
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MattiasNCommented:
You are not allowed to bring a calculator. You do get a small whiteboard block with a whiteboards pen. Nothing more nothing less. Good luck!
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