Students can get help answering questions on the American School of Correspondence course exams by accessing the online center to review course help sheets and homework sites, participating in chat room and contacting the course instructors before taking the exam. As of 2015, all exams at the American School of Correspondence are hand graded by qualified instructors, notes AmericanSchoolofCorr.com. Students who complete all required high school requirements receive a diploma from the school.
Use the following steps to receive assistance with studying for exams at the American School of Correspondence.
- Visit the website
- Log in to the Online Center
- Choose the review method
Go to the American School of Correspondence website and click on Online Center then Click Here to Access the Online Student Center as a Student or Guarantor.
Click on Student Login and enter the access code provided by the American School of Correspondence.
Once logged into the center, choose the desired study option to review material for the exam. Examples include help sheets for download, homework websites and course chat rooms. Students can also contact a specific department for assistance.
Some courses also provide exams online. Students who are ready to complete the exam can do so through the Online Center.