How are exam scores calculated and recorded?
The exam scores are calculated by dividing the number of correct answers by the total number of questions. Exam questions are multiple-choice or true/false and are randomly generated from a pool of questions for each topic.
Exams are computer-graded and results are available immediately. Results are stored permanently by the Learning Management System (LMS) and available at any time.
What score do I need to pass an OSHA course?
Per OSHA guidelines, a learner must score 70% or better on all exams. OSHA allows 3 attempts for each lesson exam, as well as the final exam. HELPFUL TIP: If you need assistance while taking a course you can contact the AdvanceOnline Solutions ...
How many questions are in an OSHA Outreach final exam?
The OSHA 10-Hour Construction and OSHA 10-Hour General Industry courses have ten (10) final exam questions. The OSHA 30-Hour Construction has twenty-five (25) final exam questions. All final exams include True/False and multiple-choice questions. ...
What if I fail a lesson exam or the final exam in a OSHA Outreach Course?
Per OSHA guidelines, you have three (3) opportunities to pass any exam (lesson or final) with a 70% or better. If you fail 3 attempts at the lesson exam or final exam, the course will close and is no long available on the "My Assignments" page. ...
What is an LMS?
"LMS" stands for Learning Management System. We also refer to our LMS as the "AdvanceOnline Training Center". Students log into an LMS to take their courses. Courses can be completed anytime, anywhere. The LMS keeps track of progress in the course ...
Do I always have to use the same device when taking my course?
Our courses are designed so you can train anywhere, anytime, on any device. This means you can start your course on one device, log off, and resume your training on any other device (laptop, desktop, tablet, or mobile device). If you are taking a ...