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Interview question that I need help with 

Hi all. I am new to this forum. I just received an email from my interviewer. I really wanted to cover all my basis and wanted to ask the community how they would answer this question. I really want this role so any help would be much appreciated. The questions is below.

Please change the below request from a stakeholder into the draft of an Agile epic or story:


I do volunteer work teach GED students and I want a way to track the progress for my students, because sometimes I forget what sections they have done or I confuse one student with another.  Also, the state requires that they spend at least 4 hours per month on their homework and time with me in order for us to get grant money for them, and we need the grant money in order to keep the program going.  Sometimes students focus on one area and sometimes students switch back and for the between areas.  Oh, and I need to know what quiz score they have for each section.  The software they use for training is called AXIMIS and it won’t let them move to the next section until they score at least 80% on a quiz.  I want a screen where I can capture this information and send it to the program leader.


Also, what are a couple of clarifying questions you might ask me?

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