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Administering an Offline Assessment

  1. The process for Administering an Offline Assessment begins with the creation of the Assessment itself. Only Assessments that are Non-Adaptive for Printing can be administered offline (i.e. they are printed out and given to the Learner as a "paper and pencil" Assessment).
  2. Once the Assessment has been created, you will need to assign Learners to the Assessment.
  3. Once the Learners have been Assigned to the Assessment, you will need to download the Assessment in PDF form, and print or copy sufficient numbers for all Learners taking the Assessment.
  4. A printed copy of the Assessment will need to be given to each Learner for completion. The steps involved in taking the Assessment from a Learner's perspective are:
  • Fill out the front cover of the Assessment.
  • Read the instructions.
  • Answer the practice questions.
  • Answer all of the questions in the Assessment.
  • On completion, review any questions that have not been answered or are marked for review.
  • Return the Assessment to the Educator.

Once an Assessment has been completed by the Learner, their responses will need to be entered into the Assessment Tool in order for their performance to be analysed (see Marking Assessments). Only once this has happened can the Learner view their results using their unique Assessment Code.

This Code can be given to the Learner at any stage after they are allocated to the Assessment, either by having the system e-mail it to them if you are certain that they have their correct e-mail address in the system, or by printing it out, cutting up the sheet of Assessment Codes into slips, and giving them to them. More information on this can be found under Working with Assessment Codes.

Once the Assessment has been marked, authorised Educators will also be able to view the various Reports that are available within the Assessment Tool to assist in developing appropriate learning interventions for the Learner.

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