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About the Final Exam

The final exam is a proctored, two-hour, closed book, multiple-choice test that includes approximately 100 questions and tests the material on all of the quizzes. The final exam questions are very similar to the questions on the online quizzes, but are not the same questions.

Since the final exam is proctored, students must submit a Proctor Request Form to the Office of Test Administration by the end of the first week of the semester.

Students cannot review the final exam after testing. If students do not pass the exam and still wish to earn the credit, they may re-register for the course, pay the fee, and retake the final exam during a new semester.

Attend an Information Session

Information Sessions are held throughout the year and provide prospective students with the opportunity to meet University staff and learn more about the admissions process, financial aid, enrolling and what it is like taking an online course.

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