#Pow I dont really like fill in the blank, obviously it wasn't meant to be super challenging, but I am impressed that it figured out a couple of the answers that could really have multiple formats for a correct answer.
Btw, the rationale for fill in the blanks is that we expect it will be tougher to not give any options. With multiple choice, lots of times people can guess from the 4 or 5 options displayed as well as refresh their memories. With it blank, that's eliminated.
Please keep up the quizzes. You don't know what you don't know until you are called out on it. It's good to know what I need to read up on.
IPVMU Certified | 04/08/15 01:14am
John, this is a good move.
Note: we add to add explanations for each answer. This will be included by tomorrow.
1 How many degrees is a panoramic camera?
This question causes undue stress, as the test taker is reluctantly is forced to choose between between two equally valid responses, (180 or 360), when the question implies there is only one.
Ironically, getting the answer right by typing '180', for instance, actually undermines knowledge, by making one think that 360 would not have been correct. At least when you get it wrong you see both answers.
Perhaps "Specify a commonly found angle of view, in degrees, of a panoramic camera."
Nice format - more challenging