Thursday, June 15, 2006

Traffic School, Check

I recently finished taking traffic school for the moving violation I got earlier this year. I did it online. It was easy, somewhat painless and, best of all, I didn't have to spend a Saturday in a depressing classroom. All I had to do was pick one of the court-approved schools, read through the material and take the quizzes and final exam. I could stop and start as I pleased, as long as I spent a total of 400 minutes in school (there is a clock that keeps time).

I have to admit that I liked traffic school. I'll even say that I learned stuff. And most of all, I got a kick out of the multiple choice quizzes and final exam. Aaah, multiple choice. Those were the days. I used the same techniques that I employed in high school. Read the questions carefully, choose my answer, double check my answers and change them only if I'm absolutely sure that my first choice was wrong.

1 comment:

junebee said...

My husband took the traffic school online. He just clicked the mouse periodically to go to the next page while he surfed the Internet on another window. Then he took the test and passed.

I read about Multiple Choice that out of 4 answers, two are obviously wrong, so if you are smart enough to eliminate those two you have a 50/50 change of getting it correct just by guessing between the remaining two.