CramMaster - User Manual

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CramMaster - User Manual

  • Browser Requirements
    For optimal use CramMaster Online requires a minimum web browser of Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher, Mozilla Firefox 3.0 or higher, or any other Web browser compatible with these browsers. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 is also supported, however due to it's age some features may function less then ideally. If you are not sure of the version of your browser, select Help in the menu bar of your browser and choose About. Windows UsersIf you need to upgrade your Web browser...
  • Account and registration
    To Login to your account: Enter your email address in the username field. Enter the password that was provided in the registration email. Click the Login button.NOTE: If you have forgotten your password click the Forgotten Your Password button to have it reset and emailed to you. Once logged in the My CramMasters tab is displayed. This page lists each exam database that has been assigned to you, grouped by vendor name where applicable. The My Account tab enables users to update...
  • CramMaster: Selection and activation
    CramMaster: Selection and activation The My CramMasters tab lists the exam databases that have been assigned to you, grouped by vendor name where applicable. The first time an exam is selected a prompt is displayed advising when the database will expire. Exams that have been activated are noted with an Active status along with the expiration date. To Begin an Exam click its name. Clicking the At a Glance icon will display the user's progress and history for the selected exam.
  • Pretest Mode: Testing and Assessment
    In Pretest Mode you will establish your baseline skill set and receive direction for your study activities. This mode will test you with a sampling of questions from each of the exam objective categories. The number of questions for each pretest is displayed. To Begin the Pretest click the Begin Exam button. Taking the PreTest Mark your answer selection by clicking in the circle or box next to your choice. Use the Next and Previous arrow buttons to navigate through the questions within...
  • Adaptive Drill Mode: Options
    Adaptive Drill Mode allows you to focus on specific exam objectives. Our Adaptive Technology zeros in on questions and topics that you find difficult. It will drill you on those questions until you master them. As you gain proficiency in one area, it is seeking out the next to challenge you with. It will challenge you to master even the most complex concepts of the exam. One after another, your weaknesses are turned into strengths. The Adaptive Mode enables the user to select which...
  • Adaptive Drill Mode: Testing
    Mark your answer selection by clicking in the circle or box next to your choice. Use the Next and Previous arrow buttons to navigate through the questions within the exam. Clicking the End Exam button will stop testing, record your final answer choices and the assessment report will be displayed. To submit Feedback to ExamForce regarding the current question click the envelope icon and fill out the form that is displayed. To display the user manual / help section click the blue question...
  • Simulation Exercises
    Some exam databases contain additional content called Simulation Exercises. These simulations will vary depending on the exam. To begin a simulation exercise, select the Exercise Number from the drop down box. There are three simulation modes: Show Me Simulation Exercises are non-interactive movies which allow the student to see how best to accomplish the objectives of the Simulation Exercise. Help Me Simulation Exercises are interactive exercises which allow the student to complete the...
  • Simulated Exam Mode
    Simulated Exam Mode is designed to approximate the real exam. By the time you reach this level you've already mastered the exam material. This is your opportunity to exercise those skills while building your mental and physical stamina. Each exam has a specified number of questions and a time limit. Begin a Simulated Exam by selecting the desired exam number and clicking the Begin Exam button. NOTE: During Simulated Exam Mode the only options available are to move between questions and end...
  • Reports
    There are three major reports available: The Pretest Mode generates an Assessment report (available on the PreTest Tab). After completing a Pretest, you will be presented with your personalized Pretest Assessment. The Pretest Assessment is your custom guide for determining your current level of proficiency on a topic-by-topic basis. If there is reference material provided for the selected exam links to the specific section of the material will be included for easy accessibility....
  • Tools: Notes
    The User Notes system (located on the Tools Tab) allows you to take notes during Adaptive Drills. You can then print them for later reference or use them as a filter for future Adaptive Drill sessions.
  • Tools: Documents & Links
    Each CramMaster comes with a customized selection of reference and support material. This generally consists of title specific links and a "reference library," however, this varies by title. The documents and links section will contain all the reference material and links associated with the exam.
  • Technical Support
    Thank you for using CramMaster Online. Your complete satisfaction is very important to us. If you have any issues not fully covered in this User Manual, we ask that you please contact our support staff for assistance. You may contact our support staff any of the following ways: In-Test Feedback While testing, you can click the "Send Feedback" icon to direct a specific question to our support staff's attention. This can be used for technical issues or to address any questions you may have...