Goosey, I second Kalvano's advice on not talking to others. There are little benefits, and extremely high costs.
Just some advice, whenever I find myself with something on an exam that I'm unsure of fact-wise, I state I'm making an assumption and then analyze under that assumption. After, I make the opposite assumption, and analyze under that. If you encounter something like this again where you feel like you're making an inference to go either way, split your analysis.
[I'm unsure of whether an LLC being incorporated changes it to a corporation or if it's still an LLC, here I'm going to analyze under the assumption that it incorporating does not change it being an LLC]
[Now, I'm operating under the assumption that an LLC being incorporated does in fact change the LLC to a corporation]
This is probably why my word count on my exams gets exceedingly high, but better safe than sorry IMO.