HI, When write risk tolerance questions, I know we need to say whether it is below average, average or above average. However, I saw many guideline answers give “below average to average” or “average to above average”… would this be considered “hedging the answers” in the exam. When the guideline answer says “average to above average”, will I be considered correct if my answer is “average”? thx

Yes, the answer should be considered to be correct based on your thinking…

They generally give you a word to circle. That being said, you could circle two words and draw a line between them. Something like this: 0-0