The Test Creation workflow has been consolidated to improve and simplify the test creation process. Campus/District Test Creators and Teachers will choose one of the three options for creating a new test:
- Create a New Blank Test
- Copy Existing Test
- Create New Quick Test Key
The roles/rights of the user will determine the level of the test being created. Selecting an option will then move to the respective test creation page.
Create a New Blank Test
Selecting the Create a New Blank Test option will open the below screen. Users will: add a title of the test, select a subject, assign a grade level, assign performance level percentages, select a test type, associate a primary course, and associate a campus(es) if applicable. Then select Generate Test.
Copy an Existing Test
Copying an Existing test starts by selecting a test to copy from available types and tests.
After selecting a test to copy, you can update the following information to reflect the new version of the test.
Create a Quick Test Key
Creating a test key is done in three steps.
Step 1: Add a title of the test, select a subject, assign a grade level, assign performance level percentages, select a test type, associate a primary course, and associate a campus(es) if applicable. Then select Build Quick Key.
Step 2: Add question types to your key by selecting Add Rule then selecting the desired type. Numerical response grids and constructed-response score ranges can be formatted here as well. Once all questions have been added, select Create Quick Key.
Step 3: The Test Key view will open. In the Test Key view, correct responses, learning standards, and item weight can be assigned to the questions.
Legacy Create a New Test (legacy) Option
The legacy workflow will continue to be available until July 1, 2020.