It goes as follows:

The correlation r between two variables x_1 and x_2 equals 0.33. For testing the significance of the correlation, H_0 : p = 0, the sampledistribution of the correlationcoefficient has to be determined. Wat goes for the sampledistribution of the correlation whilst testing the 0-hypothesis? The sample distribution whilst testing this hypothesis is:

a, skewed to the left

b, skewed to the right

c, symmetric around 0.33

d, symmetric around 0

(I hope I translated everything in a way that makes sense..)

I don't really understand the question so I'm hoping someone could answer it and explain why that is the answer.