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This information is a part of Testing.

This is one of the tasks to be done Manage a Session.

Some features are only available to some user accounts. Each user account has a user role(s) and permissions associated with it. These permissions control the data the user can view and actions the user can perform. If you do not see a specific feature, your account is not configured to access it. See Manage Users for more information.

Your testing program will provide information identifying user roles and what each is permitted to do and see.

To manage student tests for students in a session, follow these steps:

  1. From Testing > Students in Sessions, add test session(s) to the Session List on the left of the page. If you have trouble finding your session, go to Testing > Sessions, and select the test session(s) that contain the students whose statuses you want to view. Return to Students in Sessions and the session(s) will be listed.

  2. search to find the student(s), or click the down arrow next to the Search button and click Show all results.  You can change the Find Students setting to show students in your currently selected administration or in all available administrations.

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  3. Open the task list, select Manage Student Tests, and click Start.

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  4. Under Students in Sessions, the selected students and their test statuses will be listed. Select a student test to view and add test details. Click Save

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    If you do not want the student test to be reported, select Do Not Report, and add a reason.

    Tests with Multiple Sections

    Depending on your program, you may have a test with multiple tests or sections. Some programs refer to these sections as units. These sections are delivered to students as individual tests, but the test is treated as a whole for scoring and reporting. Though the test is treated as a whole, test sections can be assigned to students in organizations outside of the parent organization. When viewing a student test, the parent test organization will be marked in italics.

Related Information

To assign student to a test, see Assign/Unassign a Test.


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