All college students and many high school students not have portals on the course instructor’s sites. Here they submit their essays, and other daily assignments. They also upload their take-home essay exams, and take unit, mid-term, and final multiple-choice question tests. Some of these are timed; some are not. Multiple-choice tests are welcomed by some students, because they figure the “odds” of only having 4 choices gives them a pretty good chance of answering enough questions correctly to get a passing grade. Other students, however, may “freeze up” on such tests, and their anxiety may result in a poor grades, even when they actually know the information on which they are being tested.
If you are a student who is anxious about multiple-choice testing, you can contact us and get some assistance. When you place an order for test-taking, you will complete the order form and provide the following information:
We will then locate a test-taker with the credentials that match the topic and your grade level. Once we have located your test-taker, you will be notified via email and will be asked to make payment. You will then provide us with your login and password information. We have a single individual who is supplied with logins and passwords, and that individual will connect your test-taker to your portal.
Once the test has been taken, you will be notified, and your login information will be wiped from our system. You’ll get a great grade, and can move on with your rest of your schoolwork!