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  1. Delete Reporting Groups

    https://confluence.assessment.pearson.com/display/PAsup/DeleteReportingGroupsDeleteReportingGroupsInstructionsrerequisites ♦ You can delete a reporting group to remove test data for completed test administrations. Prerequisites Before you delete a reporting group, you must first remove all student test assignments and registrations associated with the reporting group. StepbyStep ReadIt200.png (Click iconphotoRGB .png to view image) From
  2. View Longitudinal Reports

    On this page: General Information ♦ Feature availability varies by program. You can view longitudinal reports to compare assessment results and details for student groups across administrations and organizations. These reports provide a way for authorized users to apply filters to compare summary and detailed data
  3. Edit a Student Record

    On this page: General Information ♦ ♦ What’s Next? You can edit a student record to change the organization to which a student is tied. The student record includes biographical data (for example name, dateofbirth, and gender. Editing student test details does not allow you to change a student's responses. Pearson
  4. Register/Unregister a Student

    On this page: General Information ♦ Prerequisites ♦ ♦ What’s Next? You can register a student to add him or her to your currently selected test administration. Pearson recommends that you register a student at the same time that you Create a Student Record. If the student record was previously created, you must select
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. Create a Student Record

    On this page: General Information ♦ ♦ You can create a student record to tie a student to an organization. A student record contains biographical data, such as name, dateofbirth, and gender. Editing student test details does not allow you to change a student's responses. Pearson recommends a file import to enter
  8. Delete a Student Record

    On this page: General Information ♦ Prerequisites ♦ ♦ Effects You can delete a student record if: A student moves to a new school/district/state outside of his/her enrolled organization. The student has not signed in to start testing. If a student is testing, you cannot delete the student record. When you delete
  9. 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
  10. 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