An assessment can consist of multiple tests, each referred to as a "step." Each step has its own settings that determine the conditions under which the test will be administered, such as security, availability dates, and reporting options.
To set up the settings for a step, navigate to the task settings, expand the "Steps" section, and click on the orange gear icon located next to the step you wish to configure. You will see a list of panels, each of which is used to configure a specific aspect:
Each step has a title, which is visible to test-takers. The step title initially matches the test title, but you can change it. Note that test-takers will only see the step title and not the test title.
The instructions for each step (test) are displayed on the assessment page, where all the steps are listed, along with their own instructions. You can provide any information that test-takers should be aware of before starting the test.
The "notice" is the information that is displayed to the test-taker just before starting the test, after clicking the "Start test" button on the assessment page.
The finishing content is also displayed on the assessment page, but only after the test-taker has completed the step. It will be shown along with the step.
You can require test-takers to upload certain documents before starting the test.
You can configure whether the test-taker's webcam should be recorded during testing. You have the option to take a photo at intervals or record a video, which also captures audio. The recorded webcam materials can be streamed in real-time for live or post-test proctoring.
You can configure whether the test-taker's screen should be recorded during testing. You have the option to take a screenshot at intervals or record a video. The recorded screen materials can be streamed in real-time for live or post-test proctoring.
Secure exam browser
Determine if testing will take place in full screen mode and with screen lock enabled or disabled. Screen lock has additional settings for determining when the test session should end due to violations.
The results of the test can include a section for comparing the test results of an individual with a norm or benchmark. To enable this comparison section, select one of the available options
Custom reporting allows for redesigning the appearance of the report by using templates and functions that can be defined.
A custom header can be added to the top of the test report.
To allow test-takers access to their results after completing the test, choose the level of detail included in the report.
Manual control over the test's accessibility, ability to set a start date and end date for test-takers is available.
No of attempts
The option to limit the number of attempts per test-taker is available.
Restrictions on the devices that can access the test can be set.
The ability to set prerequisites for taking the test is available.
The option to generate a certificate upon test completion and set conditions for its presentation is available.
The test can be delivered in practice mode, which allows for immediate feedback to the test-taker upon submitting each page.
The ability to set up email notifications upon test completion is available.
An assessment score, which is a weighted average of all completed tests, is automatically generated. The weight of this particular test in the calculation of the average score can be adjusted.