Information on the evaluation system

The number of points achieved for any question is the number of remaining uncovered question marks. In other words: for any attempt a point is subtracted. The maximum number possible is thus

*Number of possible answers* - 1

(since you need at least one attempt). If the correct answer is not uncovered, no point is given.
You may perform the test in two ways:

- You try as long as the correct answer is uncovered. This is appropriate when you would like to learn a little bit about the subject during the test.
- Fast way: Try just one answer for each question. This is suitable is you just want to check your abilities.

On the **interpretation of the number of points achieved**: If you click answers by random until the correct one appears, the number of points achieved will statistically be just half of the maximum. A positive result has thus been achieved if the number of points *is considerably above half the maximum*. In case your result is considerably *less* than half the maximum, you display a systematic tendency to incorrect answers (maybe on account of some misconception biasing your understanding of the subject in a systematic way).