Throughout a test administration, Pearson Access tracks students' test statuses. Depending on your user role, you may monitor or change these statuses in various sections of the Pearson Access user interface (UI).
Processing time for status updates varies depending on current system activity. Refresh the Pearson Access dashboard until statuses update before attempting further action.
Table 1, below, lists Pearson Access student test statuses and descriptions for each. Table 2 provides status color designations.
|Pending||The system adds the student to a session, but TestNav has not yet created his or her sign-in credentials.|
The system has passed the student’s username and password to TestNav. The student has not started the test.If the student exits the test, the student cannot resume testing unless an authorized user changes the status to Resumed.
The student signed in to a test and is currently testing.
If a student status is Active when the student is not currently testing, his or her test has not yet been submitted to Pearson servers. Test administrators can view the student's test progress within the Session Details to determine whether to update the student's status to Marked Complete, Void, etc. See Monitor or Change a Student Test Status.
The student exited from the test, but did not submit test responses.
The student cannot resume testing until an authorized user changes the student status to Resumed.If the student cannot resume testing for any reason, an authorized user must change the student status to Marked Complete.
An authorized user authorized the student to resume the test, but the student has not signed in. When configured to auto-resume, when a student exits a test, he or she can automatically sign in to the test again. This configuration occurs prior to registering students to a test administration.
|Completed||The student submitted the test and the data has been processed. For paper tests, the test has been submitted for scoring.|
If a student could not submit the test, an authorized user marked the student's test complete to submit it, and make it available for scoring and reporting.
Submitted for Scoring
The test is complete or marked complete and is being scored.
|Void||If exceptions occurred during a test session, an authorized user can mark the test attempt Void. The user can re-register the student for a different test session. Voided attempts do not appear on reports. Results are excluded from both individual and summary reports.|
|Do Not Report (DNR)|
If exceptions occurred during a test session, an authorized user can mark the test attempt DNR to ensure that the test attempt is not included in reports. The student cannot be re-registered for the test. To re-register a student, a user should mark the attempt Void. See above.
Users must choose from three options when marking a test attempt as Do Not Report:
|Not Tested||If a student did not and will not test in the test session, an authorized user can mark the test attempt as Not Tested, as well as include an exception. The student cannot be re-registered for the test. Results are excluded from both individual and summary reports.|
|Requires Hand Scoring||Testing is complete and the test requires hand scoring.|
Requires Submission (specific tests only)
One of the following occurred:
|Submitted||Teacher successfully submitted the test.|
The report is not yet available.
If the test requires a two-part submission, the teacher must submit both parts for the test results to process.
|The test results processed and users can access reports.|
|Pending||Ready||Completed||Active||Not Tested||Void||Do Not Report (DNR)|
|Requires Hand Scoring||Resumed||Marked Complete||-||-||-||-|
|Requires Submission||Submitted||Report Ready||-||-||-||-|
|Exited||Submitted for Scoring||-||-||-||-||-|
For paper-based sessions, certain statuses (In Progress, Exited, Resumed) do not display.