To complete a SNAP Skill Check exam, you must Open it from within the DSCC eLearn website. If you are using your personal computer, you have Microsoft Office 2016 and the SNAP Player installed on your computer. Also, your browser MUST have popup blocker turn OFF for the websitehttps://connect.snap2016.com.
Under Content, click on the Skill exam you want to attempt.
When the exam page opens, select the "Attempt exam now" button.
Select the Launch button.
Depending on your browser, you will have the option to select Run or Exam.
Your exam opens to the first Skill Check item. The exam will have many Skill Check items.
Review the problem statement (upper left), and then make the required changes to the Office document (bottom).
When you have finished making the changes, select the Check Answer button.
During the check answer process, SNAP will display a completion status. SNAP is inserting feedback into a separate review document. This process takes a few seconds to complete.
If your changes are correct, the SNAP Player will display the Correct message at the top of the page, and then move to the next Skill Check item.
If your changes are incorrect, the SNAP Player will display an Incorrect! statement.
In the review document displayed, SNAP lists what mistakes you made and, where appropriate, placed in the document where your mistakes were made. This is a review document, not the document on which you made changes. You cannot make changes to the review document.
If you have attempts remaining for this item, you have three options: Reset, Return, Skip.
1. Reset—Selecting Reset opens the item’s document as it was before you made any changes. You can start over, make all the needed changes, and then select Check Answer.
2. Return—Selecting Return reopens the item’s document with the changes you made to it before you click Check Answer. You can correct your mistakes and then select Check Answer.
3. Skip—Selecting Skip abandons your attempt and advances you to the next Skill Check item. When all of the remaining items have been scored, SNAP will return you to any skipped items and allow you to continue attempting to complete them.
If you do not have attempts remaining for the item, SNAP will display the Finish button instead of the Skip button. Selecting the Finish button will close the attempts for this item and advance to the next item.
The control box (upper right) provides the following information:
The More dialog box provides navigation using the following:
When you have completed all of the exam items, SNAP will automatically return to your course. You will see an exam results page showing your score for each item, including feedback if the item was incorrect.
You have completed a Skill Check exam.