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'All questions use an unique image that fades down to reveal a highlighted part - the user then has to name this highlighted part from 4 possible answers. If answered incorrectly - the correct answer will be shown before moving on to the next question.OVERVIEW:This is an extremely useful tool for anyone interested in or studying...
'All questions use an unique image that fades down to reveal a highlighted part - the user then has to name this highlighted part from 4 possible answers. If answered incorrectly - the correct answer will be shown before moving on to the next question.
OVERVIEW: This is an extremely useful tool for anyone interested in or studying anatomy. The user is asked to identify superficial muscles and bones. In each quiz, twenty questions are chosen at random from a pool of questions. Each question is multi-choice with options chosen from a pool of possible answers. This means that the user will never be offered the same quiz twice, ensuring all learning is cognitive rather than by rote. Within the app users are offered the option to add additional questions.
FEATURES: •High-quality 3-Dimensional anatomical images. •All questions have an image which fades down using a sequence to reveal a highlighted part. •Compete against the clock with the Graphic Timer option. •Use the Speed Timer to earn more points. •Illustrative sounds for correct and incorrect answers. •Randomized questions and answer options.'