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Not Understanding WhizLabs Adaptive Exam

 
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I have a question about the WhizLabs Adaptive Exam. When I start the test, It requires me to give it a number of questions (minimum 45) and a time limit for the exam.

Once in the exam environment, I find there's no 'back' button, and no question numbers. After 15 questions, it dumps me out and gives me a score, and lets me review the questions and answers.

Is this how it's supposed to work? Nothing I can find in the help describes the algorithm for how questions are chosen for me, or how many. I'm just trying to understand how it's 'adapting' for me. Does it use past history to target my tests?

Is there anyone from WhizLabs here who can fill me in? Other than this confusion, I'm very pleased with the WhizLabs products.
 
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I think you should contact their customer support.
 
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