Before trying to answer the question, the student needs to read the instructions at the beginning of each question and then attempt to pick the correct choice from the multiple choices.
After the student picks their choice, they will see a pop-up that will reveal whether they made the right or wrong choice. This pop-up also gives the student the opportunity to send a question via text message, tweet or on Facebook to their colleagues asking for help if they desire. Otherwise, they can continue with the practice.Sometimes, there might be 4 options in the multiple choice section, so scroll down in the answer section to make sure you see all the options.
The student needs to complete all the questions in order to see a score. There are 100 questions so give yourself ample time and a quiet space to complete the exercise. If you have to stop, it's okay, you can continue later. However, in order to see a score, you need to complete all 100 questions.
We continue to improve the app so keep a look out for any improved versions in the future. Also, if you notice any mistakes in the app, please contact us at email@example.com and let us know.
DISCLAIMER: This app should not be a replacement for going to school, paying attention in class and listening to your teachers. It only aims to help you gauge your current grasp of what you were taught in school. It is not meant to be a teaching tool and all your learning should be done at school.
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