I finished to about 82% before the EXAM ALERT popped up and it said "You’re finishing exams rather quickly. Remember to complete all lesson readings and self-checks.
Please refer to our academic integrity policy." It kinda scared me which is why I looked this up. And I'm glad I did, because I don't want to lose this opportunity to graduate. Especially with how much it costs. And I am definitely NOT cheating.
A lot of these questions are super easy, stuff I learned way back in elementary or middle school. PLUS, I thought this was a work at your own pace? The percentage of my completed work doesn't show anymore. I was in the hospital for a week.
I was admitted a few days after Christmas and got discharged on the 2nd of January, so I could have gotten a lot done within that period of time. I tried catching up, just spent more time than I usually would. I'm 21 years old, made a bad decision dropping out when I was young, and all I'm trying to do is graduate so that I can get a REAL job; be where I am suppose to be. I tried to call the school, and OF COURSE, the office is closed.
If I give it a day or two, will it start to let me take the tests again? I really need my diploma as soon as possible.
Review about: Penn Foster Program.
Reason of review: I thought this was a work at your own pace program, but it is telling me I'm going through the exams too quickly..
Preferred solution: I want the option to be able to re-take tests I have failed or just want a higher grade on, and to not be told I'm working through my tests too quickly. Because a lot of these questions are too simple to even be at a high school level..