here is the example:
| Answers | User Input | Results | |:----------:|:-----------:|:----------:| | (OK) A | selected | correct | | (OK) B | | incorrect | | ( ) C | | correct | | ( ) D | selected | incorrect |
Really stuck on this. Use colors.
Yellow = selected, Green = correct, Red = incorrect* But there are 2 ways to be incorrect, in this example marked as B and D:
B - not selected when you should
D - selected when you shouldn't
How is it possible, to make this simple and intuitive so that it is apparent how the correct answers intersect with the user answers? * using symbols like "V" and "X" - the problem is still the same.