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03 The Day of Your Test and Viewing Results

It's the big day and you're giving the test. Here are some guidelines and recommendations to help it all go swimmingly.

The Student End

Make sure all your students have downloaded the test. If there are any problems send them immediately to IT. One possible problem you can handle is if their iPad is out of memory. Tell them to delete photos or apps or documents they do not use.

Hand out the test, write the password on the board, and let them take the test.

This link provides an overview of what a student will encounter.

When they are done, have them bring up the paper test and show you the green (not yellow) Congratulations screen.

The Teacher End

The Teacher End

Login to Examsoft, click on Assessment, go to your vocabulary folder, and open up the test they are taking.

If you scroll to the bottom, it will list the passwords (in case you forget).

If you do not see Assessment PW or Review PW or Universal Resume code, you can simply add them by clicking on Add Columns and selecting them from the dropdown menu.

Double Checking When Everyone is Done

Double Checking When Everyone is Done

To be sure all is good at the end of the test, scroll to the top of the page and click on Exam Taker Activity.

All will be good in the land of test taking if they all have a green check next to Imported.

Where are their scores?

Where are their scores?

Scroll back to the top and select (1) Reporting/Scoring and then (2) Exam Taker Results.

Click on the following boxes and then click on View Report.

Click on the following boxes and then click on View Report.

Click on Last Name to alphabetize the list and then open up Gradebook to transfer scores.

Click on Last Name to alphabetize the list and then open up Gradebook to transfer scores.

Now I realize that feels like many many steps...and it is...but it does become easier test after test. Have another refreshing beverage and send me any questions.