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JavaScript Introduction to Programming Control Structures Quiz

lukasztyszko
lukasztyszko
1,417 Points

i think i should review the bad answers if i passed the quiz

there is nothing more annoying than situation when I'm going trough questions and i failed one answer especially the last one and there is no way to know what was even the answers not mention the correct one.

it is great thing to learn from mistakes, but not available in treehouse. ;/

You can always go back through and "re-take" the quiz to figure out the correct answers. That's what I do :)

1 Answer

Abhishek Taneja
Abhishek Taneja
2,138 Points

Go back and re-take your quiz :)