Please use the FAQ below to answer the most common questions about quizzes.
The system is designed to allow you to review your grade before automatically moving you to the next section. The color of your grade will help you determine if you passed or not. Most quizzes require 75% to pass.
If you fail the quiz, your score will be in red. You can take the quiz again until you pass. You may need to go back and review the material again.
If you pass the quiz, your score will show up in green.
When you are finished reviewing your quiz and are ready to move on, just click the next lesson button. No need to take the quiz again once you pass it.
The system is designed to let you see your quiz results before automatically taking you to the next part of the course. If you already passed the quiz, you do not need to take it again. Just click the next lesson button at the bottom.
If the quiz has been spinning for more than 60 seconds, it is not going to recover. Please refresh your browser and start the quiz again. To refresh your browser, click the reload page icon in your browser menu.
If you were on the last question, please use the chat feature to contact me and I will check your progress to see if you can move forward.
You don't have to write a book. Just answer the question to the best of your ability. I want to be able to see that you actually did watch the videos and read the materials. Include information from the course that you think will answer the question. Your answer can be short, but it should include information from the video and articles.
If the question is asking about an activity that you were supposed to do, then summarize what you did in the activity and what you learned. The time for doing activities and answering these questions are all factored into the time it takes to complete the course.
The quiz questions are available on the first page in the course. Please download/read the study guide/quiz questions document so that you know what the questions are going to be before you listen to the videos. Questions come from both the videos and the handouts, so it is important to review both. You can look at the results of your quizzes at any time to see what you got right and wrong, as well as which answer you used.
Click on each question to expand it.
If you still have a hard time passing the quiz, you may need to review the material again. You must pass the quiz before you can move forward in the course. You have unlimited tries.
The written questions are there to ensure that you are, indeed, watching the videos and reading the material. They take the place of some of the in-class activities that you might do if you were in a Face-to-Face class. If you wrote the answer in your first attempt, and you feel comfortable that your answer includes information from the course and demonstrates that you watched the videos, then you may simply type Already Answered in the box. If the question requires a minimum number of words, you may just type your name over again until you reach the word limit. I am able to see all of your quiz attempts at once, so I will see your original answers.
Unfortunately, I don't know how to write code....and that's the only way I can change what the button says. The course evaluation uses the same technology as the quizzes, but it's not another quiz....it just is going to ask for your opinions of the course. I am required to obtain this by the state. Check to be sure the page you are on looks like the one below, and then just press the Take Quiz button:
The click start quiz.
When you have finished the evaluation, click next lesson.