Now it's time for the Final Test. This is going help reinforce all of the knowledge that you've learned throughout the course.
No one will be marking this test, but it's very important for your own purposes to make sure that you understand what I've taught in this course.
Most of the questions aren't particularly hard, and everything in it has been covered within the scope of this course.
For any of the questions on this test, if you can DO what it asks, rather than simply answer the question, then that is just as good!
An example of this would be question #1: "How do you create a new instrument".
If you can simply CREATE A NEW INSTRUMENT in Reason, then there's no reason to answer the question. Just go into Reason, create the instrument, and move on to the next question.
Of course, some of the questions will be more theoretical than that; I'm offering a way to make the test more practical to you, as practice is more important than theory in my opinion.
To answer the questions, you can either copy + paste the questions into a word document, or you can just read them on the screen out loud to yourself (and answer them out loud). I recommend against doing it in your head, as you might skip out on any questions that stump you.
And you can feel free to come back here at any time to brush up on your knowledge. So…
…without further ado, you can begin your test. There are no time limits and 29 questions, so go head and start.
Congratulations, you've finished the Real Reason Beginners Course!
I sure hope you liked it. If you have any comments, questions, or compliments about the course, feel free to contact me here.
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