In this step, you will learn how to monitor progress during the test.
In the previous step, you learnt how to schedule to your test. Once you have completed these steps, you can learn how to monitor the students progress during the test.
Click on Taking at the top of the screen. On this page you will be able to see all of the participants of the test and also be able to view and manage their progress.
On the left side of your page you can see the digital test box. In this box, you can see the number of students that have access to this test and the number of exercises within the test. You are also able to see any invigilators assigned to this test or add an invigilator.
Beneath the invigilators you can view and edit the timeslots. Underneath the timeslots is the switch which allows students to start the test. This option is enabled by default. In instances where you want the students to start simultaneously, you can disable this option until all students are ready to begin. Once you've instructed the students, you can enable the switch again and all students are able to start the test.
You also have the option to limit the ability to start the test after a certain time. To do this, deselect the Students may start the test option on the left side once you don't want students to be able to start.
If you click on participants you will see 3 boxes.
- Not started yet
In this box you can see all of the students that have not yet started the test. If you are missing any students that should have access to the test, you can click on Manage participants to add more students to this course.
In this box you can see the students that are currently taking the test. If you click on the 3 dots next to the student, you have the option to move them to done. Be aware that using this option will end the test for the student.
In this box you can see the students that have submitted their test. Students will also be moved to done once the timeslot of the test has expired.
If you click on progress during the test, you can the percentage of students that have completed each exercise.
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