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Response

The Response is defined as all the text that appears above the question (and question number) during a quiz. The appearance and content of the Response can be controlled by the person taking the quiz, as well as established in advance by the author of the collection. The content can include any or all of the following: the correctness of the answer ("Correct", "Incorrect"), the original question, the correct answer, and an explanation. The Response can even be omitted altogether!

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Is the site really free?

No-Cost Portal to a Lifetime of Learning.

Yes! Our site is primarily advertiser sponsored, so for anyone using the site, the software apps are free to use and share.

Of course, donations from individuals and corporations who wish to support our mission in a tangible way are also cheerfully accepted.

You may also choose to sign up for an optional premium account, which (for a small monthly subscription) ensures you enjoy an ad-free experience as you use the apps and tools.

What is our Mission?

No Train. No Gain.

Our primary goal is to offer free, always available, Internet-based software apps to help any person to learn more effectively, to assess their grasp of knowledge, to review previously absorbed material, to digest eSeminars, to drill facts and concepts, to author tutorials, and even to create their own mini courses, training classes and workshops.

Leveraging the many other tools, sites, and resourses currently available on the Internet, such as Google and ImageShack (image hosting), YouTube (video learning), and Facebook / Twitter (social networking), just to name a few, TeachLearnRepeat.com adds a database-driven, solutions-oriented, practical approach to giving more power to students, professionals and all other lifelong learners - at no cost.

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