Very questionable exam...
... both based on the material given during the course so far AND the answers regardless.
First of all, question 2 has marked my correct (judging from the explanation provided) as incorrect. I.e., the result shows one answer as correct, the explanation shows the other one. Which is correct, then?
Second, questions 3 and 5 have absolutely NO basis to give the preference to the provided correct answer. Several answers can be considered correct which is confusing and frustrating. The explanation doesn't clarify the preference either.
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We appreciate your valuable insights and will thoroughly investigate the issue. Your input helps us enhance the learning experience and address any troubles.
Regarding Question 2: After running the query outlined in the explanation or a comparable one that offers data on sign-up attempts from February 1st, 2023, to March 31st, 2023, we can import the table into Tableau as a CSV file. This will allow us to create a bar chart that displays rankings for the received error messages. The findings reveal that the prevailing error message during this period is 'Please fill in name!' This is correctly identified as the answer in both the explanation section and the answers.
Nevertheless, we acknowledge that the explanations for questions 2 and 3 might seem unclear due to the absence of a visual representation of the generated graph and a more comprehensive account of the steps taken to collect the results. We'll make changes to the explanations based on your feedback.
Additionally, we recognize that the responses given for question 5 may appear somewhat alike. This is the reason why the question emphasizes selecting 'the most accurate definition'. However, your feedback is highly appreciated, and we understand your viewpoint. We will quickly revise the provided answers in accordance with your input.
Thank you for raising this concern, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused. Please don't hesitate to contact us for any similar queries in the future.
Thank you for the prompt answer. However, I'm afraid, we're talking about different exams here. I assumed the website shows under which lesson or exam the comment was written. Apparently, I was wrong sorry.
My comment concerned the Practice exam in Section 2 "Case Study" of the Signup Flow Optimization Analysis course. Could you, please, review my comment with regard to the new info provided? Thank you in advance!
p.s. Here's a screenshot of the question 2 - for clarity:
Thank you for the clarification, and I apologize for the inconvenience.
There was indeed an issue in marking the answer to question 2 from the practice exam. Your initial response was accurate! We'll address and correct this inaccuracy as soon as possible. Thank you for pointing it out!
Question 3 pertains to the content discussed in the initial lesson of Section 2 titled "Understanding the Sign-Up Process." Here, we address the challenges tied to input fields on smaller screens, a prevalent concern during mobile device registrations. A potential remedy is enlarging these fields to maintain their usability on mobile platforms. In that lesson, we also suggested reducing the number of fields as a distinct solution tailored to the scenario presented.
The lesson also emphasizes the significance of providing explicit error messages upon unsuccessful sign-ups. Introducing immediate error notifications that specify the precise password criteria aligns with the core principles of the sign-up process - time and simplicity, as discussed in the third lesson of that section. The other choices aren't addressed in the course's case study and don't offer a direct and effective solution.
However, the fact that you are calling attention to these concerns is vital for us and helps us in our ongoing attempts to modify the content in light of student input. We comprehend how the manner in which the practice exam's questions are presented can lead to misunderstandings. In order to improve the exam's quality, we will change these in response to your feedback. Your comments are greatly valued!
Thank you again for reaching out. We truly hope that you will enjoy the remainder of the course and the rest of the content on the platform, despite your frustration with the exam.