How to Sharpen Your Business Writing Skills

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A pre-test and a post-test are included in this course. Take the pre-test before you study any of the course material to determine the amount of prior knowledge you have of the subject matter. Submit one of the scannable answer forms enclosed with this course for grading. On return of the graded pre-test, complete the course material. Take thee post-test after you have completed all the course material. By comparing results of the pre-test and the post-test, you can measure how effective the course has been for you.

To have your pre-test and post-test graded, please mail your answer forms to:

American Management Association

Educational Services

P.O. Box 359

Natick, MA 01760

All tests are reviewed thoroughly by our instructors and will be returned to you promptly.

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