Being an OU student
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7 The end-of-course quiz

You’ve now reached the end of this course. If you’ve worked through all the sessions you’ll have covered all the basic information you need to know about OU study. Hopefully you now feel more confident about starting your studies.

You can now take the end-of-course quiz which will enable you to earn a digital badge. The quiz has 15 questions, which will relate to learning points from all the sessions of the course.

Why complete the quiz?

  • Review, and if necessary revisit, what you’ve learned so you can be even more confident in starting your studies
  • Get a digital badge which will display on your OpenLearn profile – you’ve achieved something before you’ve even started your formal study!

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When you have completed the quiz, come back here and you can think about your next steps to get ready for study.

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