What term's better for the finish or submit button at the end of a short, optional, test quiz?
The quiz is a drag and drop with a word bank, and the button I'm talking about will check their answers, and tell them if they're good to go, or might want to go back and review the material before continuing.
I thought of the following:
- Finish - A little informal, and I think there's a slight connotation of being required to do so and so, or considering it a chore when the word finished is used. These are optional.
- Finished - Past tense seems a little more awkward than future tense, and the same issue as above.
- Submit - The short quiz is not to be graded, rather it serves as one of many practice interactive pages to break up the monotomy of reading through a 70 page course and give the user a small recap of the last several pages. The word submit makes me think something is formally being handed it for grading or review. The button does serve to check the answers, give the use a score, and tell them whether they're ready to move on, or may want to consider reviewing the last section first.
- Complete - Similar issue to the word submit. It seems a little like this is important, is required, or might count towards the students grade in the class.