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Looking at this long computations i was bit worried about CBE exams. where can one actually get credit for the formulae and the computations? i have taken FA,MA and AB CBE and in those exams most questions are multiple choice and drop downs. few for written answers. is it not fair to compute everything elsewhere and get marked for the right answers only? please help me how this will go.
As discussed in the Introductory lectures, Sections A & B accounting for 60 marks are entirely objective testing and no workings will be submitted – you are either right or wrong – 2 marks or 0 marks.
Section C is the written / constructed response section where as you would do on a paper based examination you submit your workings and where marks can be given for the correct approach irrespective of final outcome then marks will be awarded.