SELECT XYZQuiz.Name AS 'Course', COUNT(*) AS 'Total Courses Completed'
FROM XYZQuiz INNER JOIN
XYZQuizUserLog ON XYZQuiz.QuizID = XYZQuizUserLog.QuizID INNER JOIN
XYZUser ON XYZQuizUserLog.UserID = XYZUser.UserId
WHERE need some help here
GROUP BY XYZQuiz.Name
My objective is to get the Total Number of courses completed (only reporting each course once per userID).
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