pinal007 wrote: So Something like... should not be considered when there are quotes
and the reason i give when I fail this test should be
"conflicting instruction" or "improper instruction"
PLS guide me on this
OnBv wrote:pinal007 wrote:yup!May be Darkstar2 can explain this well!Quote:If the instructions ask Do you see a message that says something to the effect of "Looks like there aren't any strength numbers in the system for" followed by the name of the athlete? - where the author did not put the whole sentence inside the quote, instead, he mentioned after the quote that the message is followed by a name. You should report this as No. If a test author uses quotes, it’s okay to quote only part of the message, but they can’t use terms like “something like, something to the effect of, etc.” They need to specifically say what you are looking for if they are using quotes.
This one is confusing the scenario for me
Thanks dear for reminding us about THE category
Yes its much better after a slow week
already got my 10