There are a wide variety of scoring options to choose from.
You can read more about each option by clicking on the appropriate link.
One point per question.
This option allows you to process multiple versions of an exam in the same batch, providing one set of reports and one results file.
This option allows you to assign different point values to questions on the exam (weighted questions).
This option allows you to penalize student for wrong answers. A student will receive the designated point value for a correct answer, but a fraction of the point value is deducted for an incorrect answer. If the student doesn’t respond to the question, there is no deduction.
This option allows you to identify up to six questions as bonus questions.
This option allows you to identify an exam that requires multiple responses. There are two types of multiple response options:
This option allows you to evaluate subtests—or learning objectives—on an exam by identifying questions for each learning objective. If questions 1 through 10 on your exam deal with learning objective A, 11-20 deal with learning objective B, 21-40 deal with learning objective C, and 41-50 deal with learning objective D, you can use subtests to obtain a score for each learning objective for each student. These scores are only available on the Student Statistics Report. On the individual Student Grade Report, only a total score is provided. Subtest scores are not included in the results file.
You will receive a link to retrieve the reports that are automatically produced with each set of exams. Please note that some testing options will not produce all reports.
All available reports for your scoring selections will be generated and placed in a secure folder that only you can access. A link to this folder will be sent to you in your e-mail notification when the exam is completed.
You will receive a results file in Excel format will be created for every exam that is processed. This file is placed in a secure folder that only you can access. A link to this folder will be sent to you in your e-mail notification when the exam is completed.
Attach the Test Scoring Request Form to the outside of the envelope. Arrange the completed test scoring sheets in the envelope in this order:
Once the sheets are in order, place them in the envelope and securely seal the flap. The envelope can then be taken to the IT Support Center.
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