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The questions that are graded are way at the back. The surveys and videos can be simply skipped without having it affect your overall score. :D

1st skip the videos!
Copy and paste javascript:videoFormSubmit();void(0); to your address bar whenever a page with a video appears. Press enter. It should skip the video.

2nd Skip the survey questions

Getting all other questions other than the exam at the end is really meaningless.. Hence just skip them. Without completing all of them just press next or submit and press ok then escape key to move on to the next page. (On some pages, you might have to click just one answer to move on.. I think the first pop quiz works that way)

These are answers that my friend found from  http://itscurt.com/ (the original post is now deleted). These answers are 95% correct. (38/40)

 ctrl-f for the questions

1:

It is illegal for individuals of the legal drinking age to operate a motor vehicle at a BAC of:

A

0.02%

B

0.05%

C

0.07%

D

0.08%

2:

Key signs of an alcohol overdose include:

A

being in a semiconscious state

B

difficulty breathing

C

both a and b

D

neither a or b

3:

Which of the following can be affected by alcohol consumption?

A

memory

B

judgment

C

attention

D

all of the above

4:

If you don’t know how much alcohol is in a drink, you can:

A

ask the person who poured it

B

throw it out

C

both a and b

D

neither a or b

5:

When trying to convince a friend not to drive after drinking, you should try:

A

talking to your friend in private so he or she won’t get embarrassed

B

telling your friend that you can’t let anything bad happen to him or her

C

both a and b

D

neither a or b

6:

A person’s BAC will go down if they:

A

drink coffee

B

take a cold shower

C

vomit

D

none of the above

7:

Someone might start to report feeling in a “good mood” at which of the following BAC levels:

A

0.02%

B

0.10%

C

0.15%

D

none of the above

8:

Research shows that the brain:

A

has essentially finished developing by the onset of puberty

B

has essentially finished developing by 18 years of age

C

continues to develop until people are in their mid-20’s

D

continues to develop until people are in their mid-30’s

9:

People can help prevent their BACs from rising to dangerous levels by:

A

avoiding drinking games

B

avoiding eating before and during drinking

C

pacing their drinks to one or fewer per hour

D

both a and c

10:

Someone who wants to pace their drinking could try:

A

taking small sips to drink more slowly

B

alternating non-alcohol drinks and alcohol drinks

C

both a and b

D

neither a or b

11:

Which of the following is a key factor that influences BAC?

A

mood

B

body weight

C

gender

D

both b and c

12:

After people have been drinking:

A

they will have a harder time making safe decisions about not drinking and driving

B

they will have a harder time reacting to hazards on the road

C

both a and b

D

neither a or b

13:

Which part(s) of the brain, when impaired by alcohol, play an important role in learning:

A

cerebellum

B

hippocampus

C

hypothalamus

D

all of the above

14:

A blackout is:

A

more likely to be experienced when drinking quickly

B

more likely to be experienced by women

C

more likely to be experienced when drinking too much

D

all of the above

15:

Each standard size drink always contains:

A

the same amount of calories

B

the same volume of liquid

C

the same amount of alcohol

D

both b and c

16:

Which of the following statement(s) are always true about alcohol:

A

the higher BAC rises, the harder it can be for people to control their actions

B

the higher BAC rises, the greater the chance of feeling tired, depressed, or nauseous

C

alcohol has no effect on some people

D

both a and b

17:

High-risk drinking is defined as:

A

5 or more drinks on an occasion for women

B

6 or more drinks on an occasion for men

C

both a and b

D

neither a or b

18:

If someone is showing signs of an alcohol overdose, you should:

A

not leave the person alone

B

lay the person on his or her side

C

call for help right away

D

all of the above

19:

Which of the following has primary responsibility for eliminating alcohol from the bloodstream?

A

liver

B

stomach

C

pancreas

D

both a and b

20:

A standard drink is:

A

12-ounce beer

B

2 ounces of liquor

C

both a and b

D

neither a and b

21:

Which of the following is true about drinking and driving:

A

as long as someone is under the legal alcohol limit, it is safe to drive

B

if under 21, it is illegal to drive with any measurable amount of alcohol in one’s blood system

C

it takes at least 2 drinks before driving is impaired

D

both b and c

22:

Which of the following things are generally true about alcohol advertisements:

A

they have no effect on how much alcohol  is consumed

B

they target our expectations and perceptions about drinking

C

they accurately depict the negative effects from drinking too much

D

none of the above

23:

“DUI” stands for:

A

driving under inebriation

B

driving using intoxicants

C

driving under the influence

D

none of the above

24:

People can better monitor their drinks by:

A

knowing how much alcohol is in each drink

B

drinking from communal sources, such as a punch bowl

C

pouring the drink themselves

D

both a and c

25:

Which of the following perceptions influence why and how people drink:

A

how we think others feel about drinking

B

how often we think others are drinking

C

what we think we will or won’t get from drinking

D

all of the above

26:

After just one or two drinks,

A

people often report feeling in a “good mood”

B

alcohol starts to affect the brain

C

both a and b

D

neither a or b

27:

When faced with a friend who is trying to drive under the influence:

A

make sure a sober driver follows your friend home

B

listen to your friend if he or she says they are “okay” to drive

C

both a and b

D

neither a or b

28:

It is estimated that it could take up to ____ for your body to get rid of the alcohol in one standard drink.

A

30 minutes

B

45 minutes

C

1.5 hours

D

2 hours

29:

To avoid a situation where someone is tempted to drive after drinking, you could:

A

call ahead for a taxi to pick up you or your friends

B

get a sober designated driver to drive everyone home

C

check to see if your school has a safe ride program

D

all of the above

30:

It’s possible to drink too much and:

A

impair the nerve signals that control breathing

B

impair vital reflexes that control gagging

C

suffer alcohol poisoning

D

all of the above

31:

Which of the following decreases the chances of an alcohol overdose:

A

eating after drinking

B

keeping one’s BAC in a safer range (well below 0.04%)

C

drinking coffee

D

all of the above

32:

Which of the following activities can cause your BAC to rise quickly:

A

playing drinking games

B

drinking shots

C

chugging

D

all of the above

33:

The “rate of absorption” has to do with:

A

how quickly alcohol is absorbed into bodily tissues

B

how quickly alcohol is processed by the kidneys

C

how quickly alcohol enters the bloodstream

D

both a and c

34:

“BAC” stands for:

A

body alcohol calculator

B

blood alcohol concentration

C

body alcohol concentration

D

blood alcohol calculator

35:

Alcohol can increase the chances of:

A

contracting a sexually-transmitted disease

B

having sex unwillingly or with an unwilling partner

C

damaging relationships

D

all of the above

36:

Which of the following statements is true based on recent research:

A

many students support stricter alcohol policies

B

many students report being negatively affected by other students’ drinking

C

many college students don’t drink in high-risk ways

D

all of the above

37:

Alcohol is:

A

a drug

B

an anti-depressant

C

a hallucinogen

D

all of the above

38:

A blackout:

A

can occur at a BAC of 0.10-0.15%

B

is when a person becomes unconscious from drinking too much alcohol

C

is caused by an impairment of the hippocampus

D

both a and c

39:

alcohol can have a negative effect on academic performance because of:

A

students being more likely to get behind in schoolwork

B

missed classes

C

delayed or forgotten work

D

all of the above

40:

If a man and a woman who weigh the same consume the same amount of alcohol:

A

the man’s BAC will likely be higher

B

the woman’s BAC will likely be higher

C

their BAC levels would be the same

D

none of the above


credits: http://itscurt.com/2008/08/17/answers-to-alcoholedu-questions/ (which is not deleted)
and my ingenius friend, Joseph Frazier who came up with the bypasses mentioned above :)
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