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If webpage is interactive then it drags user towards it. I recommend using words that interacts with users.
Currently working on "True/False" and "multiple selections" layouts for an elearning app & ran into this issue as well. The trouble with using "Check" and "X" is exactly as you stated, that you risk confusing the "correctness" of what the user selected with the "truthiness" of the chosen statement. You need to separately display 3 concepts: which ...
Working on something similar, we have found through analytics that an open course is primarily completed chronologically. If you tell a user they can't do something a certain way they will be discouraged. But if you allow them freedom they will by habit follow the same model that a set of rules would have imposed. Also, if content is created in a way so that ...
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