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Criterion Set Up Instructions Hi, Everyone, To help you become more familiar with Criterion, please complete the following writing exercise. Purchase a "Criterion" access key from the bookstore. To set up your account, use your personal serial number to access the Criterion when you log in. Click on your class (e.g., 11:00AM), click on "Assignment" and then click on "The Customer is Always Right." You will then have 40 minutes to complete the writing exercise. To set up a personal account with Criterion, use your class access code (see below): 9:30AM: RSAP-AHTP 11:00AM: EBP5-6GPK 2:00PM: 6VQR-P793 3:30PM: 987V-FPKG MWF Noon: QB5D-5PDN Now use your Criterion access key from the bookstore (serial number) to access the assignment.
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