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ExamLabs diagnostic result lost?

 
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I gave my first diagnostic exam with ExamLabs a couple of days ago. Since I took it later in the day, I only had time to give the test and see the results (56% ). I decided to go back at a later time and see what mistakes I made, but now that I am trying to do it, it shows me just the history and the stats. Is there a way for me to recover my exam and go through my mistakes?
 
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Seema Kekre wrote:Is there a way for me to recover my exam and go through my mistakes?


Unfortunately, no.
Feature of saving your answers for later use is not yet implemented. Sorry for the inconvenience.
 
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Thanks for your response Devaka. I gave the test again so that I could learn from my "new" mistakes . Thanks again for providing this freeware and helping so many people.
 
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