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    creditmonsoon is offline Knight / Dame
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    Has anyone encountered an optional quiz on study.com? There's one in the Principles of Supervision course. Do you think any extra credit is earned by completing it ? I'm thinking not lol

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    Yes, I've seen them both in Earth Science and Geology. My fear of science is such that I did them anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by creditmonsoon View Post
    Has anyone encountered an optional quiz on study.com? There's one in the Principles of Supervision course. Do you think any extra credit is earned by completing it ? I'm thinking not lol
    Here is the thing Creditmonsoon- In some Study.com courses, you have the option of taking placement exams. Principle of Supervision is one of those courses. By taking a placement exam, and for areas that you do well on, you will see that those lesson quizzes get put to "optional". (meaning 100% finished). This is because the Study.com format has determined that you know the material.

    Now option 2. You have not taken a placement test but you took another course that has similar material. The Study.com algroithm has determined because you also took Organizational Behavior (any course) and this material in OB vs PS is practically the same. Study has determined that you know the material and has given you the choice to optionally skip it.

    I have not taken Technical Writing but since I took Business Communication like 40 of the quizzes are considered optional. That is due to the similarities between the information.

    Hope this fully answers your question!
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