Just have to say that a lot of the courses that I took have very easy and logical questions and answers. Course materail states: the chicken crossed the road to get to the other side. And the following test question would be: "The chicken crossed the road to get to the other side. True or False."
And then there was information presented incorrectly such as the length of each term is one year. In our chapter the length of each term in 6 months.
And then there are the ambigious answers to specific questions. Consider this statement: " Having social events like bowling and family picnics build rapport and relationships within a BNI Chapter."
The test question is: "Place a check mark on all of the social events that build rapport and relationships within BNI."
__ Bowling __ Company Cookouts __ Movies __ Hiking
Having just answered a question incorrectly, correctly because the course material stated "each term within BNI is One Year" even though in my chapter its 6 months; 6 months would have been wrong.
In this case you have two ways to answer the question, specifically or logically. Specifically the statement in the course material said "bowling" and "family picnics" are ways to build rapport and relationships; answering "company cookouts" would be the wrong answer, so only "bowling" would be correct. Answering logically; all choices are great ways to build rapport and relationships.
Its a small not even complaint, but an observation. The material was great and I learned a lot. thank you,
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