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A couple of questions on the K&B Master Exam

 
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After all of the studying that I have done, I am finally getting around to tackling the Master Exam in the K&B. My results weren't quite what I had hoped for but I know how that works... and THAT isn't the problem. When I finished my first test I expected to be able to take the answers and go back to each question, review the problem as it is displayed in the test, and understand my problem.

1) When you are done, you are shown your test score in points. Buttons also are present to display (and even print) the LearnKey Question Guide. Can someone tell me how to interpret this report? Like, it says something like:

Question 1: 29

Okay.... what is the 29?

2) I notice that, not ALL of the questions that were on the test are covered here. Can I assume that this is a report of the ones I missed?

3) Presuming that these ARE ones I missed, I would like to get back to my actual quiz so that I can lay the answer guide out and look at it while I look at the question and see exactly how I answered it when I took the test. I have yet to find a way to get back to the test once you get the answer guide which means, I have lost all of my answers. Is there a way to do this that I am just missing?

I'd appreciate some help here, as, Whizlab tests let you go back through and review what you did clearly. The report I get here only seems to list the portion of each questions text that supports the correct answer. I would like to go back and see the question as I answered it....warts and all... so that I can make sense out of my mistakes.

Thank you much!
Bob
 
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Bob you are right that the guide is only of the wrong questions. This is a configurable option and you can change this behavior. As far as reviewing the questions is concerned, there is no such option. I was also disappointed at this. So I gave all the three exams in open-book mode. With that just answer all questions and then review them again and see all the answers. Then finally you can end the test and you will know your score. But in open book exam you will always be told whether you are right or wrong when you click next from a question so that may spoil some of the fun ...
 
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