Personally I didn't. But in the trial, one person in our class chose to do all the options - brain slip, who knows. Because only the first two options will be marked (so if you did 1,2,3,4, only 1 and 2 would be marked. 1,3,4, only 1,3 would be marked.
1,2 were not areas we studied in class (and either did he), but he managed to go really well in it - don't ask me why.
tECHNICALLY SPEAKING THE TEACHER SHOULD MARK ALL OPTIONS AND award the 2 highest marks - the student has already being penalised in that he would have spent the allocated time ansering four options insteaf of the required two---