Is the posttest an "open book" exam?

Is the posttest an "open book" exam?

Yes, the posttest is in an "open book" format. You can review the course material while you are completing the posttest. You can review the course reading material on your desktop or in hard copy if you chose to print the articles. All materials open in a new window/tab of your browser.
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      As these are open-book courses, you can print the posttest and follow along as you review the course material. You must then transfer your answers to the online posttest in order to progress to your certificate of completion. To access your posttest, ...
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    • How do I get to the posttest?

      You can access the posttest by clicking on the 'Continue' button at the bottom of the 'Course Content' page. Alternatively, you can access the posttests by selecting Posttest in the Activity Progress section on the right side of your screen.  If you ...
    • What happens if I fail the posttest?

      If you fail the test (i.e., score below 75%), you can take the posttest again. In fact, you can take it as many times as necessary to pass.
    • Can I see the answers to my posttest?

      You can find your posttest answers (once you have completed the posttest) in "My Courses". You will see a "Review" button by the title of the course you have completed.