(A) Landing Pages report
(B) All Pages report
(C) Exit Pages report
(D) Pages report under Events
The Exit Pages report should be used to check if users are leaving from important pages on your website.
An Exit Page is the last page that a person visits before ending their session by leaving your website. You can find out if your users are leaving from important pages on your site by checking the Exit Pages report.
The Exit Pages Report provides data on the total number of exits, exit percentage, and the number of page views. To find this report you have to go to Content > Site Content > Exit Pages.
This question is a part of the Assessment section of the Google Analytics For Beginners Certification course. You can find the answers with full explanation for all the assessment questions on our Google Analytics For Beginners Assessment 3 Answers page, and Google Analytics for Beginners Assessment Answers page.