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This information is a part of Manage Online Tests.

This is one of the tasks to be done During Online Testing


When a student submits a test, the system validates test details (organization, enrollment, and student record). If the system cannot validate these details, it rejects the test until these details are corrected, and the invalid information appears in the test status for correction. 

This task does not permit you to change a student's responses.

Rejected Student Tests

To correct a rejected test, view the status and fix errors, follow these steps:

  1. From Testing > Rejected Student Tests, search to find the rejected test(s) you want to view and fix. The Status Message column in the list of rejected tests tells you why each test was rejected.

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  2. Open the task list and select Edit Rejected Student Tests and click Start.

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  3. Find the rejected test you want to view and fix under Rejected Tests, view and edit the listed information, as appropriate. Click Save to finish.

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Deferred Rejected Student Tests

To defer correction of the rejected student tests, follow these steps:

  1. From Testing > Rejected Student Tests, under filters, select Show Deferred Rejected Student Tests. For further specification criteria select an option from the Rejected Status and or Organization. Select the rejected test(s) you want to view and fix. 

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    The Deferred Resolution column in the list of rejected tests tells you whether the rejected test was deferred (value true) or not (value false).

     

  2. Open the task list and select Edit Rejected Student Tests and click Start.

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  3. Find the rejected test you want to view and fix under Rejected Tests. View and edit the listed information, as appropriate.  To defer a test select the Defer Resolution option and under Defer Resolution Reason specify the reason. Click Save.

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