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Without even registering on the site? The quizzes contain the most important information in the course. That is how we construct our quizzes. We want you to learn the most important things in every course.
Because this is an 'open access' continuing education program, you can print most of the courses and our copyrighted quizzes, without registering on the site.
You register and enroll and pay only if you decide to take and pass quizzes, to earn instantly downloadable CE certificates for mental health and addiction license renewal.
Go to the bottom of this page for a list of all course titles. There, you can view course descriptions and the actual course documents and their quizzes - for FREE.
Click the topic tab, and you will be taken to a specific page or catalog to see all of the courses that pertain to that topic. How to enroll in courses and take quizzes? This will open up the description of the course content and goals.
You cannot actually take quizzes in the catalog. You are viewing a COPY of the quiz in the catalog. Here are specific instructions for enrolling in courses and taking quizzes, You can read the course materials and the quizzes for FREE if you want.
There you will see all of the courses in which you have enrolled thus far. Most of our courses have only one Study Guide like a 'chapter' and one quiz.
Some courses have more than one Study Guide more than one 'chapter' and there will be a quiz for each Study Guide. If there are three Study Guides in the course, you will take three quizzes.
You will immediately see a link to each Study Guide and each Quiz in the course. If you see three quiz links there, you will know that you have to pass three quizzes to get your certificate.
If you see only one quiz link, you know that you have to pass only one quiz. Remember that after you pass ALL of the quizzes in a course whether that's one or more than oneyou must complete and submit the feedback form. You can't miss it! You will see a big blue link that says "Congratulations!
You are almost done! Please complete the feedback form, to get your certificate. We did this partially because of NBCC's and other accreditation entities' desire that professionals know the quality and relevance of the courses they enroll in, in advance.
But some people question why we allow you to see the quizzes in advance.
Research tells us that 'open book quizzes' are the most efficient approach to learning because it is a guide to the 'most important things' in the course.
This is, in essence, an 'open book pre-test'. You cannot take the quiz using this COPY. You must enroll in the course if you want to take the quiz for credit. You will need to register in order to actually enroll in these free courses.
It's in a text format, like all of the courses in this 'Quiz Only' catalog. It's easy to read - lots of bullets! Move forward and backward through the slides at your own pace.
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