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If I get an answer wrong on a quiz, I don't see a way to view the correct answer. Is there a way I can view it?

It says "Bummer", but does not give me the correct answer. Can I retake the question?

3 Answers

Matthew Lang
Matthew Lang
13,483 Points

Unfortunately I don't think so. However feel free to ask any questions here, tons of people will help you including myself. :)

Personally, I'd like to see this updated by our friends at Treehouse. Sometimes I complete quizzes while getting an answer or two wrong, and then I'm unable to see the correct answer. A 'review wrong answers' option would be great to help reinforce things.

Also, sometimes a correct guess is just that, a guess. It would be nice to have a quick sentence or two explaining why the answer was right or wrong.

Matthew Lang
Matthew Lang
13,483 Points

I think occasionally some questions have a small sentence about the answer, though not all.

Sadaf Naveed
Sadaf Naveed
5,028 Points

Treehouse does not give an option to see the correct answer. So we keep trying until we get the correct answer. I see the positive side of it in a way that we either google the answer or ask the questions here. Both ways help not only to retain the answer but also to learn more from fellow members:)