Think You Answered it Correctly?

When you complete the performance-based questions, you’ll see that the questions you answered correctly are highlighted with a green box and the answers you answered incorrectly are highlighted with a red box (with the correct answer shown). Note that this does not show what you actually selected.

If you’re using a a desktop PC, you can look at example 3 with full size graphics here. 

You can see three examples on this page:

Example 1

As an example, imagine I answer the question correctly, like this:

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When I complete the quiz, it shows the correct answers and marks the questions I answered correctly in green.

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Imagine I answer them all incorrectly, like this:

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When I complete the quiz, it shows the correct answers, but marks the ones I answered incorrectly in red like this.

markedincorrect

Imagine I answer some of the elements correctly, and some of them incorrectly, like this:

answeredcorrectincorrect

When I complete the quiz, it shows the correct answers.

However, it marks the ones I answered correctly in green and the ones I answered incorrectly in red like this.

markedcorrectincorrect

 

Example 2

The first set of graphics shows how it works when the question is answered correctly. The second set of graphics shows how it works when the question is answered incorrectly.

First Set

The first graphic (below) shows the unanswered question with randomized answers. (Click to enlarge.)

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The second graphic (below) shows the question answered correctly. (Click to enlarge.)

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The third graphic (below) shows the graded question. (Click to enlarge.) Note that all the highlighting is green because all the answers are correct.

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Second Set

The second set of graphics shows how it looks when the same question is answered incorrectly.

The first graphic (below) shows the unanswered question with randomized answers. (Click to enlarge.)

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The second graphic (below) shows the question answered incorrectly. (Click to enlarge.)

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The third graphic (below) shows the graded question. (Click to enlarge.) Note that the correct answers are highlighted in green and the incorrect answers are highlighted in red.

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Example 3

The first set of graphics shows how it works when the question is answered correctly. The second set of graphics shows how it works when the question is answered incorrectly.

First Set

The first graphic (below) shows the unanswered question with randomized answers. (Click to enlarge.)

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The second graphic (below) shows the question answered correctly. (Click to enlarge.)

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The third graphic (below) shows the graded question. (Click to enlarge.) Note that all the highlighting is green because all the answers are correct.

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Second Set

The second set of graphics shows how it looks when the same question is answered incorrectly.

The first graphic (below) shows the unanswered question with randomized answers. (Click to enlarge.)

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The second graphic (below) shows the question answered incorrectly. (Click to enlarge.)

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The third graphic (below) shows the graded question. (Click to enlarge.) Note that the correct answers are highlighted in green and the incorrect answers are highlighted in red.

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