Someone asked about pre-printing the exams before and Glenda replied with this.
...yes, you will have to open the exam in order to print it. You
can either print directly from the page or you can copy and paste the
questions into a document on your computer to print from there. I
recommend the latter, as there's a lot of extra formatting on the page
that isn't very printer-friendly directly from most browser windows, so
you'll end up using a lot of paper. If you copy and paste the questions
into a blank document, you can usually cut it down from about 7 pages
to only 1 or 2 most of the time!
You only are allowed one attempt
to submit your answers for grading, but you can open the exam to view as
many times as you want, before and after you submit your answers.
can actually enter your answers and save your progress on an exam
without submitting it for grading. Select your answers (on multiple
choice exams) or type them in (on coding exams), and click the "Next"
button at the bottom of the page to save your progress. Just don't
click the "Submit" button on the second page, but instead use your
browser's back button or go back to your home page or Module 1 page
through the Navigation menu or the link at the top of the page, and you
should find your test still in progress the next time you open it up!