Welcome to this eight hour course on Voltage Drop Calculations. The first 10 tests for this course consists of 10 questions each for a total of 100 questions. Test 11 has only four question but they are multipart requiring more complicated calculations. Links to the eleven final tests are in the left frame. Clicking on them will load the tests in this frame. The eleven Final Tests must be taken and passed with a 70 per cent or higher score. Each time you submit a test the server grades, records and then sends the grade back to the test page for the student to see.
Each Test is a module that must be completed in one 40 minute or longer time period to get credit. However, Tests can be completed in any order and at different times or days.
Tests cannot be submitted for grading until after 2400 seconds (40 minutes of cumulative time.) The cumulative test taking time for each test is recorded at the server and so is the time that the test was submitted.
There is no limit on how many times you take a test. Also, Tests can be completed in any order and at different times or days. However, you must pass all tests with a 70 percent or higher score. A link is provided for you to search your test database to see which tests you passed using your name and email address entered on the Tests. You are responsible for keeping track of which tests you pass using this tool. After completing and passing all tests there is a link for submitting a Notification of Completion Form.
If you have questions email Gerald Newton at: email@example.com or call him at 907 978 0160 and give me your number so I can call you back so there will be minimum toll charges to you.
This an Industry Related course for continuing education.
What is expected of Students taking this course
(1) Students are required to take and pass each of the eleven final Tests with a passing score of 70 per cent or better.
(2) Students are required to not copy answers and give them to other students.
(3) Students are required to take the courses themselves and not allow others to assist them.
(4) Students are required to spend at least 8hours of total time taking this course.