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1. Which of the following characterizes Value Propositions and Unique Selling Propositions?
Answer Provided: ?It is that very reason which motivates a buyer to purchase that product

Correct Answer: It is that very reason which motivates a buyer to purchase that product

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2. What does “ARPU” stand for?
Answer Provided: ?Average Revenue Per User

Correct Answer: Average Revenue Per User

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3. Which of the following is an example of social proof?
Answer Provided: ?Customers like you also liked this.

Correct Answer: Customers like you also liked this.

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4. What is not a valid CRO option when a site has little traffic?
Answer Provided: ?Believe you cannot run any tests

Correct Answer: Believe you cannot run any tests

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5. If your p-value is 0.05 then which of the following is TRUE?
Answer Provided: ?You have statistical significance

Correct Answer: There is a 5% probability that one would detect this result if there was no difference between variants

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6. Which of the following is an example of “chunking”?
Answer Provided: ?Breaking longer text into smaller parts

Correct Answer: Breaking longer text into smaller parts

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7. When collecting test ideas, which of the following should NOT be done?
Answer Provided: ?Only consider best practices

Correct Answer: Only consider best practices

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8. What does “MVT” stand for?
Answer Provided: ?Multivariate Test

Correct Answer: Multivariate Test

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9. Which of the following is not one of Cialdini’s 6 Principles of Persuasion?
Answer Provided: ?Humour

Correct Answer: Humour

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10. A test has a >50% lift to your primary metric. What is the first thing you should do?
Answer Provided: ?Sanity check your results

Correct Answer: Sanity check your results

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11. What is “flicker”?
Answer Provided: ?When the contents of a variation visibily change during loading because your testing tool is overriding existing code

Correct Answer: When the contents of a variation visibily change during loading because your testing tool is overriding existing code

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12. What should you do if you want to experiment on a website with little traffic?
Answer Provided: ?Test high-impact changes

Correct Answer: Test high-impact changes

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13. What is a “Bonferroni Correction”?
Answer Provided: ?A way to control for false positives when analyzing multiple metrics

Correct Answer: A way to control for false positives when analyzing multiple metrics

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14. What is “bias”?
Answer Provided: ?It is a systemic preference towards something

Correct Answer: It is a systemic preference towards something

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15. Select the option which BEST completes the following sentence, “Great Experiments ______”:
Answer Provided: ?Answer business questions

Correct Answer: Answer business questions

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16. Which of the following is TRUE of best practices?
Answer Provided: ?They are a good starting point for ideation and testing

Correct Answer: They are a good starting point for ideation and testing

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17. Which of the following is NOT a benefit of test iteration?
Answer Provided: ?With luck, you can reuse some assets – saving you time

Correct Answer: Increased statistical power

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18. What is NOT a sign of a healthy Experimentation Culture?
Answer Provided: ?Experiment results do not alter any plans

Correct Answer: Experiment results do not alter any plans

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19. Which of the following is a reason to document experiments?
Answer Provided: ?All the answers are correct

Correct Answer: All the answers are correct

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20. Which BEST describes an experiment “Hypothesis”?
Answer Provided: ?An educated guess as to what will happen during your experiment

Correct Answer: An educated guess as to what will happen during your experiment

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21. What can we learn from tests run on sites that aren’t our own?
Answer Provided: ?What worked for them and their audience

Correct Answer: What worked for them and their audience

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22. What is qualitative research used for ?
Answer Provided: ?Understanding why your users are behaving a certain way

Correct Answer: Understanding why your users are behaving a certain way

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23. Which of the following describes a “Holdout Group”?
Answer Provided: ?A control group that does not get exposed to a treatment/variation

Correct Answer: A control group that does not get exposed to a treatment/variation

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24. Which is a danger of following best practices?
Answer Provided: ?They may not work for you

Correct Answer: They may not work for you

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25. Which of the following is not a popular prioritization framework?
Answer Provided: ?SWOT

Correct Answer: SWOT

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26. Which is NOT a factor in calculating sample size (in Frequentist statistics)?
Answer Provided: ?Time

Correct Answer: Time

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27. Which of the following does NOT describe what an “Experiment” is?
Answer Provided: ?A way to permanently change your website

Correct Answer: A way to permanently change your website

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28. What is copywriting for conversion?
Answer Provided: ?Copywriting that compels the reader to perform a specific action

Correct Answer: Copywriting that compels the reader to perform a specific action

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29. Which BEST defines “Baseline Conversion”?
Answer Provided: ?The most recently recorded conversion rate of the metric you want to measure

Correct Answer: The most recently recorded conversion rate of the metric you want to measure

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30. Which BEST describes experiment “Interaction Effects” ?
Answer Provided: ?When one experiment impacts the outcome of another

Correct Answer: When one experiment impacts the outcome of another

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