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Students access the quizzes through Moodle, the University's online course management system. Each quiz has 10 to 15 multiple-choice questions and there are anywhere from 10 to 20 quizzes per course.
The quiz scores do NOT count towards the course results. They are only used to help students prepare for the comprehensive final exam.
Students may take the quizzes in any order and repeat them as many times as they want. In fact, students will see a few new questions each time they take a quiz, so we recommend that students take each quiz several times, even if they get a perfect score the first time.
After a student finishes a quiz, they will submit their answers online and receive an immediate quiz score as well as feedback. Students are not given the correct answers to questions. Instead, they are expected to look up the correct answers in their study materials. By studying the topics they miss, students will learn the material rather than memorizing answers.
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.