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Michael Sullivan
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I have visited your site, and notice that you have included explanations for correct and incorrect questions (which I think is a great move). A number of the study guides I have used supply only the correct answer explanation. Can you elaborate on the reason(s) that you chose to include both in the Whizlabs simulators? Do you think including the incorrect explanations will confuse the testee?

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Sivasundaram Umapathy
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Well done. You got the point We not only explain the correct answers but also try to explain why an answer is incorrect under the given scenario. This helps you to *really* understand the question's intention. What good a simulator can do if it just says choice A is correct because it is correct

Also wherever it is appropriate, our explanations include a reference to the specification, links to tutorials, reference to books and so on.
 
Michael Sullivan
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references to tutorials and books, huh? Are there any agreements/ royalties you get from this kind of cooperation? Do you point the testee to prep material before taking one of your simulations?

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