Answered By: Bonnie Ostrand Last Updated: Nov 30, 2018 Views: 217
Great news! If a student wishes to continue self-studying and/or preparing for an exam after the course has ended, the student can go directly to www.testout.com (the company that owns/operates LabSim) and access any and all items that students were given access to throughout their courses and curriculum here at Rasmussen College. Students will log in using the same log in credentials they used for LabSim. Students have 18 months total from when they are first given access (usually from when the course began) to keep accessing those items for studying purposes.
A few other helpful tips:
Rasmussen College does not give or store the login credentials, so if a student goes to http://www.testout.com and cannot remember their credentials, they will need to work with the site to get password reminders or assistance.
Students also can only access elements that they have been given access to through a course with Rasmussen College. For example, if a student wishes to study Linux but they have not yet taken a Linux course with Rasmussen College, they won’t be able to access that element until they complete that course.
Students can go to LabSim IT Training to watch the video demo: http://www.testout.com/lp/labsim-intro/labsim-intro-rasmussen
Please reach out to your Advisor with any additional questions!