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SQL Server 2012 Exam 70-461: Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012

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For questions that we need to write a section of code as answer, if we use equivalent but different codes, would the automatic grading system give credit to it, or we should use the most conventional and straight forward method to write the code?
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I took it last year, and most questions were a straight multiple choice, with a couple being multiple check boxes or a list.

When did the exams start allowing testers to write sections of code?

>if we use equivalent but different codes
Define this.  Microsoft tends to want the Microsoft answer in their exams, and not something as loose as 'equivalent codes', so I highly doubt it.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

May be my question was not worded right.
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Any chance you can 'word it right' here?
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I agree.  Please re-phrase your question so that we can contribute.
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