You will not be able to review your correct/incorrect answers to the final exam questions until you successfully pass the final exam. The passing grade for a final exam is a score of 70 percent or higher.
Please see the Final Exam Standards below -
CE providers of self-study programs must verify each participant’s successful completion of the program by providing a final examination. For participants to receive CE credit, they must complete the final examination with a minimum passing grade of 70 percent. Final examinations for self-study programs should include a minimum of five multiple-choice questions per credit hour and not consist primarily of basic lookup questions that do not require reading of the program material. All test questions should deal with the application of the theory of the program material, for example computational problems. True or false questions are allowed but may not be included in the number of final examination questions required per credit hour. CE Providers who offer evaluative feedback on incorrect responses on the final examination, must use a test bank of questions of sufficient size to minimize overlap of questions on the final examination for the typical repeat test-taker. CE Providers, who do not use a test bank of questions, may not provide feedback to a test-taker on a failed examination. A complete answer key containing all of the final examination questions for the program should never be provided to a student.
CP13(m) - Providing Student with Answers to Exam Questions: Curriculum providers are never permitted to provide students with answers to exam questions prior to the student successfully passing the examination. Providers may provide answers to specific missed exam questions to students that successfully passed the examination. However, a complete answer key containing all of the exam questions for the course shall never be provided to a student.