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By enrolling you will have access to the three courses that make up the Certificate in Commercial Credit and the Commercial Credit Check study tool. The Check study tool is intended to complement your studies and enhance your learning. Keep in mind, however, that it should not replace a thorough review of the course materials. Your focus, first and foremost, should be to read, understand and study the course content.
The Commercial Credit Check is a series of online practice questions intended to help you assess your readiness to take the Commercial Credit Certification Exam (CCL). The Commercial Credit Check reflects the question format and level of difficulty you will experience on the CCL exam and will enable you to:
The Commercial Credit Check consists of two different study tools that allow you to assess your knowledge at different stages. Each tool provides direction and guidance to help you focus your efforts and build your confidence and ultimately pass your exam.
Test your knowledge on individual course topics as you move through the material with the help of Course Quizzes. Each quiz consists of a range of questions on a specific topic. You’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of your strengths and weaknesses in each subject area so that you can spend your time where you need it most. Each quiz delivers:
What’s more, this unique tool tracks your quiz time, giving you the opportunity to assess your response speed. Improve your time, and your confidence, with each use.
Think you’re ready to take the exam? Find out for certain by using the Commercial Credit Check’s Exam Mode. You’ll have two hours to complete 60 multiple-choice questions. Exam Mode uses the same question format and tests you on the same number of items as on the real exam – you’ll learn to manage your time and stress levels and improve your chances for success.
|Exam Format||Proctored (remote or in person at a test centre)|
|Exam Duration||2 hours|
|Questions Per Exam||60|
|Attempts Allowed Per Exam||3|
|Profitability and Credit Risk||30%|