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View Questions Explained—Checking Your Answers

After taking each Quiz, if you do not answer every question correctly (at 100%), you will not pass and you will need to retake the Quiz. Please do not get discouraged. Use this as a learning opportunity to understand why each answer was incorrect. Understanding will increase your skills as a dementia caregiver.

“View Questions” button

You may view your answers and also the see the correct answers by clicking the “View Questions” button (see image below).

Figure 1—”View Questions” button appears after Quiz is graded (if you did not pass with 100% of the questions correct)

For True/False questions

The little circles you checked will be filled in, but are a light gray and hard to see. We’ve not been able to make them darker so far, so we have added some extra styling to try to make the answers more obvious.

A true/false question that has been answered correctly will have the answer box filled in completely. A true/false question that has been answered incorrectly will have a thick (green) border around the correct answer and a thin (red) border around the incorrect answer.

True/False question answered correctly

Box filled in = question answered correctly

Figure 2—The first question above was answered correctly (the box around “True” is filled in completely to indicate the student answered correctly)

True/False question answered incorrectly

Thick (green) border = correct answer

Thin (red) border = incorrect answer

Figure 3—In this second example question, the student answered “False” which is incorrect (“True” has a thicker, green border to indicate that it is the correct answer. “False” is outlined in a thinner, red border to indicate it is incorrect).

Multiple answer question examples

In the questions below, the student’s answers are shown in the little gray boxes with white checkmarks. They are difficult to see. We have kept the borders thin (and red) for incorrect answers and made thick borders to indicate unselected, correct answers.

A sample question is shown. The student has selected two statements that are not the correct answer (they have a thin, red outline). The correct answer is outlined in a thick, green line.
Figure 4—In this Multiple Answer question, the student answered incorrectly (the correct answer is indicated by a thicker, green border. The student’s incorrect answers are outlined in a thinner, red border).
This sample question asks the user to select all of the correct statements. The user has selected 3 statements that are correct and they are filled in with a solid color. There are two correct statement that the user did not select - they have a thick border around them.
Figure 5—In this Multiple Answer question, the student checked some of the correct answers (boxes filled in) but missed two of the correct answers (additional correct answers indicated by thick, green border).