Rethink and optmise labeling
Is your "help text" really a help text or an "introduction" to the form ?
I think you should start by rethinking the label "what is this?" as it has a number of flaws:
The three most common mistakes website labels
should avoid are:
source: Information architecture: labelling for websites
This label lacks any form of description which creates ambiguity. Also, using a question format reduces users ability to anticipate the type of answers to expect.
On the other hand, using a more descriptive label allows you more scope to add a variety of content that would not necessarily fit in with the question answer format which could prove useful if you want to expand on subject in the future.
Expand or replace the module tab
Having rethought your "what is this" label you could then maximise its use by having it introduce the content of the page in a much more user-friendly manner. your new title will give a clear idea about why users are asked to fill a form which will help them focus their attention on what to do next.
Without completely rethinking the design I would suggest that you review the content of your module tab and see if the design could be further optimised by expanding it to full width and using a progress bar instead. a rough mockup below:
The above layout will help users concentrate on filling the form and remain task-focused while also removing any unnecessary distraction.