How to answer 'Double Negative' Questions in PMP Exam? | PMP Exam Tips



If you have been with us for some time you definitely know that PMP is not a difficult exam but it is a tricky exam. The question may be about a very basic concept but the way it is worded makes a whole lot of difference. We had previously covered about how you can answer questions that have too many words in a video and we would now like to cover how you can tackle questions that are 'double negative' in nature.


Although you won't necessarily find too many of such questions but being ready for them can help you save valuable exam time. Below are some examples and their interpretation -

1. None of the following is True Except:
Interpretation - The question is 'which one of the following is True'. All other options are false.

2. None of the following is False Except:
Interpretation - The question is 'which one of the following is False'. All other options are true.

3. All of the following are True Except:
Interpretation - The question is 'which one of the following is False'. All other options are true.

4. All of the following are False Except:
Interpretation - The question is 'which one of the following is True'. All other options are false.

Practice questions like these during your mock tests to become familiar with this style of wording. More PMP Exam Tips - PMP Exam Tips
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