Clarification on Wayfarer test answers.
Today I failed my Wayfarer test and I need some clarification because I have no idea why I failed. Most questions were trivial like about a temporary christmas tree or someone's private property but some answers were just absurd. The answer that made me confused the most was "Yes, it meets all criteria". What does it even mean? No guide explains it. Meets all criteria to be a wayspot? Or all of the following criteria from the guide of which a wayspot is required to meet at least one:
- A great place for exploration
- A great place for exercise
- A great place to be social with others
One of the questions was about a beautifuly painted bus stop. I even googled to see if it was an unique thing and it was. So obviously it's a good wayspot. But my answers were:
- Yes, a great place to social
- Yes, a place significant to the community
- Yes, it meets all criteria
It's obviously goes under "unique art or architecture". So the answer should be "a great place for exploration". But it was not there. I selected "Yes, it meets all criteria" because it does meet all criteria to be a wayspot. Was "Yes, a place significant to the community" a correct answer? Is "a place significant to the community" the same thing as "great place for exploration"? I thought it meant something like a statue or a plaque. Why are there 2 different answers that mean the same thing?
There were like 2 more questions like that that didn't have the right answer according to the guide and the only closest thing was "Yes, it meets all criteria" if the waypoint was acceptable.
I wasn't doing the test in english but in my native language. Could it be that the translation is just bad?