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    Hi all,

    May I ask, after completing a Poker School Quiz, only a Pass or Fail is shown.
    Even if you pass Example 76% pass, you do not get to see what questions you answered incorrectly. 24% incorrect answers could result in the loss of alot of money over time.

    Hope this question makes sense.

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    Hi Aus-Redda.

    Welcome to the forum. Great to see that you are taking the course and tests!

    I moved the thread to PSO Support mainly because I have never seen a concrete answer to this question and I think the question has validity.

    I will just throw in my tuppence worth though: first of all, any course, any training are good guidelines and a platform for building poker knowledge but that is all, they are not a panacea for success at the tables. Passing the test means you have grasped the fundamentals but telling you the questions that you got wrong might help possibly but I never did an exam where they came back and told me where I had failed. The other side of it i suppose is that if everyone knew what questions they got wrong it would not be long before that information became common shared knowledge here and everyone could score 100% without learning anything! Hopefully the site will provide a more concrete answer than just my opinion.

    I will direct you to this post which is a great guide to make best use of the forum.

    If you have any further questions just drop me a pm or post them in the appropriate section and we will all be more than happy to help.

    Enjoy the experience here, there is lots to learn.

    Cheers,

    TC

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    • #3
      This was my question also.

      I am more interested in what I got wrong in my quiz than what I got right... I know the stuff I got right, I got it right! I want to know what I either misread or didn't get from the course. If people are dumb enough to take the course and use pre-supplied answers to pass with out learning, GREAT! More money for me at the tables. Meanwhile I would like to improve and knowing where I went wrong is much more valuable than knowing what was right.

      Consider Gordon Ramsay, a very famous chef and restauranteur, he never wants to know what compliments are coming in, he wants to know what people DIDN'T like... this gives him the area to improve upon.

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