Q Online Practice is an intuitive and powerful online management system providing new content and practice activities for every unit in the Q Student Books. It is part of the Q: Skills for Success series published by Oxford University Press. It lets teachers assign additional practice and review student performance.
Q Online Practice for Q Student Books Instructions
Q: Skills for Success includes reading/writing/listening/speaking books designed for college and university students. If you have purchased the access code, you will have access to the online English teaching product to which this code relates for a period of 12 months from the date of registration.
If you have registered Q Online Practice, enter your email address and password to log in. Click on “I forgot my password” to get your password emailed to you.
If you are a first-time user,
- Click “Register” to read terms and conditions of use and consent to them by clicking the box and “I Agree”.
- Type in your access code. Your access code is on your Q Online Practice Access Code Card. If your card has a gray box, scratch the gray off to see your code.
- Click “I don’t have an access code” to go to the Oxford University Press website for information to buy an access code.
Click “Help” on top right of the page and choose a language to access systems requirements and general registration information in PDF. Use your teacher’s access code to access Q Online Practice at qonlinepractice.com.
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