The tutorials consist of a series of INFORMATION, QUESTION, and Incorrect or Correct ANSWER screens linked together. An INFORMATION screen provides you with basic information, often accompanied by graphics or a photograph. Once you have studied the information, select CONTINUE to move on to the QUESTION screen. A set of four screens containing INFORMATION, QUESTION, and Incorrect and Correct ANSWER screens counts as one block of instruction.
The QUESTION screen asks a simple question based on the previous INFORMATION screen. Answer the question to the best of your ability by selecting one of the answers. You are not scored on these questions. The questions exist only to help you judge your progress in learning the information. However, you cannot advance to the next INFORMATION screen until you select the correct answer.
If you answer the question incorrectly, you are told so and provided with additional information. Study the information. Then return to the QUESTION screen by selecting RETURN at the bottom of the document, or the BACK button on your Web browser. You now have another chance to answer the question.
If you answer a question correctly, you are told so and provided with either additional information or a review of the question.
Select the BACK button on your Web browser to return to the tutorial.