Traffic School

I told you about my speed-demon ways last week and I finally took my Traffic School internet course a few days ago. It’s supposed to be an 8-hour course, but it’s really just a lot of reading and then some mini 5-question quizzes after each chapter. These quizzes are to prepare you for the final exam of 25 questions, which is timed for 60 minutes. You can review the chapters throughout the final test to make sure you answer every question correctly, but a lot of them are confusing or have multiple answers and ‘All of the Above’ is the most correct answer. I hate multiple choice. Always have. Always will.

In order to pass the mini quizzes, you need to get a score of 70% or better and then you are allowed to move on to the next chapter.  I only got a 60% on the first quiz and realized I couldn’t just skip the reading. So I went back and paid a little more attention, but still skipped some chunks along the way. I have a job to do! I’m a busy girl! Hence the speeding…

When all is said and done and passed at 70% or better, the site sends your completed course credit to the DMV and squashes the record of the ticket so your car insurance is not adversely affected. This would be good news for me after I got a score of 92%, but my 2nd speeding ticket WILL affect my car insurance so I’m screwed either way. That’s neither here nor there.

I just thought I’d mention that I sped through the final exam in about 27 seconds and still got well over the minimum score. Take that traffic school!


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