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I'm preparing for an exam by answering some questions in an assignment, however, I am writing the answers in the same document as the questions. I would therefore like to name that file appropriately.

  • Solution seems misleading, as the file does not contain only solutions, but the questions as well!
  • Assignment seems like it's the opposite of one above, and therefore doesn't fit either.

What word is used to describe both questions and the corresponding answers?

The current name of the file is questions and answers, which is a bit too verbose.

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What about "exam review"? That suggests questions with answers to me.

Also, "Q&A"is a valid file name for a Word document in Windows 7.

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"Practice exam" - would that fit the bill?

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You may use explanation, or key if the questions are multiple choice.

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