Things to know about our site


You must be registered and logged in on this site to purchase and access Quizzes/Flash Cards.

By clicking on "Signup", you can register and login using your Facebook / Google / LinkedIn credentials.
Alternatively, you can click on "Signup" and create an account directly on this site (email confirmation will be required).

Once logged in, click on “Home” to access the materials you have purchased or click on "Course Catalog" to see all available content on this site.

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A "Course" is defined as a collection of units (in our case, Quiz/Flash Cards for every chapter in a BICSI manual) available for purchase and access.

Once you have registered on our site and logged in, you will see the following “Home” page.

Click on “Course catalog” (on the right) to see a listing of all currently available courses, along with price and duration -- access for 3, 15, 30, 60, or 90 days.

Clicking on “Progress” will display a summary of your activities.

Your courses and their expiry dates can be viewed in List view or Table view.

In List view, click on the small green “INFO” box on the right ...

... or in Table view, hover over the course icon and click on the “i” to get a description of the course and its contents.


Click on any chapter in the "Content" list to go directly to that chapter.

If you then wish to jump to another chapter, use the navigation tools at the top of the page.

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Content for the ITSIMM 7th edition has been created in HTML5 format using Articulate Storyline 3. This format is browser-compatible with both Android and iOS mobile devices -- Google Chrome in Android OS 4.1 and later, Safari in Apple iOS 7 and later.

Content for the TDMM 13th edition was originally created in Flash-optimized format using Articulate Storyline 2 and has been reproduced in HTML5-optimized format using Articulate Storyline 3. Note that there may be compatibility issues if you select the Flash format -- particularly with mobile devices -- as it's an older technology.


If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us by clicking on "Messages" (after logging in) or via email ... coryandsteve@yahoo.ca


Good luck with your studies,

-- Cory and Steve