We know getting ready for your online exams can be stressful and even confusing, particularly if you don’t know where to start or where to write your exam. But don’t worry, It’s pretty simple. Here’s a step by step guide to help you access and complete your exam.
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To obtain your George Brown College Technician Certificates you must successfully pass all the modules in your program. This means that you must achieve a grade of at least 60% on each module’s exam.
So what happens if you fail a module exam?
Well, first at all, don’t get upset or too worried about it. You will have a chance to retake the exam without financial penalty.
Once again one more year is behind us and it’s almost time to file your 2016 income tax return.
Top 4 Strategies to Prepare for Your Online Exams
Writing exams can be challenging and stressful, particularly if it’s been a while since you`ve been in school. But they don’t have to be if you prepare well. Here are four tips that can help your get organized for your next online exam.
Many of our students register into our programs using our flexible pay-as-you learn option. This registration option includes registration into the first module of a program, access to technical and tutorial support for that first module, and the complete program`s curriculum and supporting simulation software on disk or USB.
Taking an online training program is a new experience for most of our students. How do I access the content of the program, how do I take an exam, or how do I interact with the college are typical examples of the kinds of questions that run through a student`s mind. To a first- timer of online learning it may seem a bit scary and complicated but rest assured it really is very straightforward and simple. To demonstrate how easy, here’s a sneak peak of what it’s like to be a student in one of the GBCTechTraining programs.
It’s Tuesday and you’ve been asked to work on a new program for one of the PLCs in your plant that needs to be completed by the end of the week. This is a slightly different type of PLC than you’ve worked with previously and you’re dealing with a bit of a learning curve. Thankfully, one of the friends that you’ve met in your PLC Technician program at George Brown College works at a plant that has been using this PLC model for years and has agreed to help you.