Chapter 3 – Taking an Exam (Exam Mode)
The Exam Mode simulates actual exam conditions. The following are the number of questions and time limit for each section:
Section Name Auditing and Attestation Regulation Financial Accounting and Reporting Business Environment and Concepts
Time Limit 270 minutes 180 minutes 240 minutes 150 minutes
Questions 90 multiple choice + 2 simulations 60 multiple choice + 2 simulations 60 multiple choice + 2 simulations 75 multiple choice
Exam Mode—Multiple-Choice Questions
All exams start with multiple choice questions.
MULTIPLE-CHOICE EXAM TOOLBAR
At the top of this screen is the toolbar. Next to the John Wiley logo is the section name (in this case Auditing and Attestation) and below it, the current question and total number of questions in this exam. Next on the toolbar is the Time Remaining panel. This tracks how much time is left for taking the exam. The exam will not stop when time runs out but the Time Remaining will become negative (to indicate amount of extra time taken).
On the right side of the toolbar are the following tools: Opens the Windows Calculator.
Opens this help file.
To quit this exam and go back to the initial selection screen, click this button. A message will pop up asking if you would like to save the current session. Click Yes to save and return to the initial screen. Click No to return to the initial screen without saving. Clicking Cancel to stay on the current screen. Click Exit to quit the exam software. A message will pop up asking if you would like to save the Answer File. Click Yes to save and exit. Click No to exit without saving. Clicking Cancel to stay on the current screen.
The center section of the Exam screen contain the question and answer selections. Select the correct answer by clicking the radio button next to your choice.
MULTIPLE-CHOICE EXAM NAVIGATION BAR
The navigation bar at the bottom of the Exam screen enables movement between questions. Clicking the Enter key on the keyboard will also move to the next question.
The Mark for Review button marks a question for later review. Clicking this button will cause the current question to be bolded and underlined in the question numbers to the right of the button. Once a question