At Albert, we believe in the value of “Learning by Doing”, which is why every Albert question has a detailed explanation that is shown to students whether they answer the question correctly or incorrectly.
What information is part of the question solution?
This section includes details on the correct answer. Background information and context explain why this choice is correct. For math and some science questions, the solution walks the learner through the necessary steps to find the answer.
Explanation of Distractors
This section explains why the other answer choices are incorrect, providing the necessary background information for the learner.
How Others Answered
This section includes the percentage of Albert students that answered this question correctly. Clicking the Show Top Answers button reveals how other students answered and the frequency each distractor choice was selected.
Every Albert question is aligned to various AP®, college entrance, and state standards. All aligned standards for the question are posted below the solution. Hovering over the standard button will reveal a description of the standard. Clicking on the standard button will direct you to a list of all the questions in the subject guide that align with that standard.
Tags are Albert keywords to help teachers discover more questions and question types. The question’s associated tags are listed below the standards section. Clicking on the tag button will direct you to a list of all of the questions in the subject guide that align with that tag.
How do I view the question solution as a teacher?
Teachers can view question solutions in one of two ways:
Click into any topic in the subject guide and select a question. Read the question and take your best guess. Click Submit Answer to reveal the question’s solution.
Click into any topic in the subject guide and select a question. Below the answer choices, click the Show Solution button. The question’s solution will appear.
How do I view the question solution as a student?
Students can answer Albert questions in one of two ways:
If you are accessing the question as part of Independent Practice, click into the subject guide and select the topic you are practicing. Read the question and take your best guess. Click the Submit Answer button.
Now you can read to see if you answered the question correctly or incorrectly and learn from the solution and explanation.
If you are accessing the question as part of an assignment, you may not receive immediate feedback for each question. You can view the assignment setting your teacher selected on the first page of the assignment. If you do have automatic feedback, select Start Assignment.
Read the question and take your best guess. Click the Submit Answer button to reveal the question’s solution.
If question feedback is not posted until after assignment completion or after the due date has passed, you can view the question feedback by navigating to the Assignments sub-tab of your class dashboard and reviewing your assignment.