The Course Policies quiz to unlock the opening modules

The Course Policies quiz to unlock the opening modules

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Most of our courses require participants to take a Course Policies quiz in the introductory module. Participants will read the content provided in the introductory module and then take an ungraded quiz to test knowledge of the course policies. After clicking on the "Submit" button, the opening modules of the course will unlock and the participant can begin the course.



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