Just add /test after your district name for the
student testing site.
Students will need to enter their unique Test Key.
It will change for every new test they take on the
Student will confirm name
and that they are taking the
The testing window on this test has closed so the
student can see their choice and the correct
Use Jump To
and the pull
down menu to
go to any
Click Review to
look at all
answers at one
An example of a question with a
picture as a choice.
Here is what the student sees after
submitting, but before the testing window
They do not see what questions they got wrong
or what the correct answers are.
Here is how the test
looks to the student.
Clicking Review before test is
complete. All Question No.
By clicking Done after reviewing
your answers you will be asked to
confirm submission of the test.
Click on Student Responses from the
main exam page to watch students
take the test. You will need to refresh
to see changes.
If you enable online testing for a test already
taken it shows the choices bubbled in. This also
shows you can have an online test without using
the item bank, just create the test shell and
enable online testing while students use a hard
copy of the test.
• The test result the student sees will be based off the
answer key that exists when the Test Key (code) is
entered. A student needs to retype the Test Key to see
their updated score if there is an answer key change.
• When the test window is open students will only see
their score and what they chose on each question. They
will not see the correct answer and which questions they
got wrong unless the testing window closes.
• Make sure tests have been submitted during class time.
• Browser lockdown does not occur.
• If the computer powers down or has an error students
can retype in their test key and pick up where they left
• Although you can give AB as a choice in multiple choice
tests and students can see AB as a choice, if they choose
AB as an answer it will not stay when they move on to
the next question. Only a single letter answer is
Lessons learned and unresolved issues
• Issues with sharing items districtwide. Districts can actually
• Only way of sharing individual items is to have a district
approval process in place. Content area specialists?
• Copyright laws and the republication without permission
would be difficult to police. Need to get publisher
• Test integrity-Especially using questions shared with an
• Alternative-create an exam that is used only as an itembank.
The exam is a dummy exam and will contain all questions for
that chapter from my items. Share the exam with whomever
you want access to your items.