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A hint is an indirect indication or suggestion of the Question's answer. A hint may set up by the Author of the Collection at the Question level. Hints are optional, but when included, grant the quiz taker the opportunity to earn a half-credit on the Question in exchange for the ability to view the hint.

A good hint does not give away the answer, but should steer the quiz taker in the right direction, perhaps virtually eliminating a commonly chosen answer, or set of answers.

Note: If a hint exists on a Question, the Quiz taker will not have the ability to take a 50/50 option on that same Question. In the Quiz Engine hierarchy, the existence of a hint takes precedence over allowing a 50/50 option.

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