You may study differently, your courses may be different, etc.
UPDATE: Specific course communities apparently don't exist anymore to my knowledge... Instead on the right hand side of your course of study there is now what's called "course chatter" which serves a similar purpose but in my opinion is no where near as helpful.By outlining your papers based on the rubric sections you set yourself up to stay on topic, to the point, and you make it 10x easier for your grader to grade. Pull up Taskstream so you can see the task instructions and rubric right there in front of you.Outline your paper with your name and course information at the top and block out each line of the rubric A1----- A2c----- B----- C----- etc. IF YOU need to reference the course of study materials to fill in the paper sections do it as you're writing, do NOT go through and read a bazillion pages of text ahead of time, only scout out what you need to finish.(Course numbers will change but typically the course names do not, so learn both).This order was fine to get me into the groove of things.
You take these via a testing center or via a web cam in the comfort of your own home where you are actually proctored by real people.