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  1. Monitor or Change Student Test Status

    On this page: General Information ♦ Prerequisites ♦ ♦ What’s Next? You can monitor student tests to track each student's testing progress during a session. You can monitor tests for all students, except those in Ready status. Test and item progress can show: Each section Sequence Item (marked Visited, Answered
  2. Delete a Student from a Session

    You can delete one or more students from a session if: The student moves to a new school/district/state outside of his/her enrolled organization. The student is in Pending or Ready status: The student has not signed in or has not started testing. If a student is testing or has tested, you cannot delete the student
    Pearson AccessDec 06, 2019
  3. Update Student Password

    You can update one or more student passwords if student signin credentials were compromised before the start of an online test. StepbyStep In the main menu … . PAsessionsMODE2.png Select a student or students, and click Reset Student Password. The system generates a new password for the selected students
    Pearson AccessDec 06, 2019
  4. Access Student Progress Report

    You can use the Student Progress Report to analyze student performance from one test administration to another. You can also track retakes and whether the student improves or regresses from one retake to another, and identify when a student tests off grade. Test assignments are limited to students in specific grade
    Pearson AccessOct 08, 2019
  5. Add a Student

    You must enter student data into the system before students can test (online or on paper). You add student data through either a PearsonAccessnext file import or manually through user interface (UI) data fields. Import a Student You can Import/Export Data files to simultaneously add multiple students
  6. Student Test Statuses

    googleusercontent.com/cqdfzE3W3fAfthFY1UC8Vdv9lBaNAA8HnwYoUGCiHfZgqDARhOBhwtlmxJlobJfi8vHUTkvYRnxQwYPOrDqTtaCwy8LjTtCh2mxskSXkh3ogsgZRPbjJbxtqR6BIAJAOjv Status Description Ready A student was assigned a test, but has not started the test. You cannot stop a session for students in Ready status. Resumed The student has been authorized to resume the test, but has not yet signed in. Resumed Uploaded The student has been authorized to resume the test, but has not yet
  7. Undo Student Test Submission

    On this page: General Information ♦ Prerequisites ♦ ♦ What’s Next? You can undo a student test submission to allow a student to return to a test. Prerequisites To undo a student test submission, students must have Complete or Marked Complete test statuses. StepbyStep ReadIt200.png (Click iconphotoRGB .png to view
  8. Assign Users to Student Tests

    On this page: General Information ♦ Prerequisites ♦ ♦ What's Next? You can assign users to student tests to limit the data available to that user. By default, authorized users can view all student and test data in their assigned administration. When you assign a user to a student test or group of student tests, those
  9. Manage Student Test Irregularities

    student test irregularities (issues or deviations that affect the normal testing process). StepbyStep ReadIt200.png (Click iconphotoRGB .png to view image) From Testing, select Students Tests.ManaStuTestIrr1.png Type a student name into the search field, and click Search.ManaStuTestIrr2.png Click the checkbox next
  10. Access Individual Student Report (ISR)

    score to that of school and district averages. Additionally, when the student has tested in previous administrations, the ISR provides the final results from … progresses, and his or her strengths and weaknesses. You can base your academic goals on these results, and align your curriculum to effectively influence student
    Pearson AccessNov 12, 2019