# Resolved: Probability - course exam question 16

Hello. I just finished the course exam in Probability, However, I have a concern with question number 16. The problem only asked the probability of getting the **gender** of a student who sat the exam is. There was nothing there that mentioned that the gender is **Male** as opposed to what the solution has explained. I really got confused in understanding the question and got the wrong answer, but it would have been a textbook example of Bayes' theorem if the question was laid out correctly.

Hey Carl,

Thank you for pointing this out! We will correct the question, so that it doesn't bring any confusion.

Kind regards,

365 Hristina

Hello, Hristina,

Alright, I understand. Although I was hoping to get a satisfactory score (for me) with only one attempt in the course exams, because it takes away the challenge to retake the same exam after you already reviewed all the correct answers.

Would you consider using a pool of questions for the course exams, so that there could be a different set of questions should you need/want to retake it?

Thank you very much.

Hi Carl,

first of all, thank you for the valuable feedback, we will adjust the question you mentioned.

We'd also definitely like to add a pool of questions for the exam, however, at the moment we don't have the resources to do that for all our existing courses, as we're simultaneously working on new projects. It is certainly one of our future projects though, and actually most of the feedback we get from you guys is that you'd like to be challenged with the exams. So, Thanks again for sharing!

Best,

365 Eli