In the Test Report, the "Answers" tab displays all the questions from the test session along with their corresponding answers.
The left-hand navigation panel allows you to navigate through the sections and pages of the test, while the right-hand panel displays the test-taker's answers alongside the correct answers and point values earned.
The test-taker has selected the 2nd option: London
The correct choice the third option, Paris
The test-taker has not obtained any point
The question has only been answered once during the test. When you click on the history button, the log of recorded answers will be displayed.
Answers log history & changing the answer
Whenever a test-taker submits a page, an answer log is created for all the questions on that page.
A new answer log is created for each question on a page, even if the answer has not been modified.
Only one answer can be designated as the 'current answer' which is the answer that will impact the test score. All other answers are logged for record-keeping purposes but do not affect the overall score. The most recent "accepted" answer is automatically assigned as the "current answer".
Every answer is assigned a submission date by the system. You can change the acceptance status of an answer by selecting or deselecting the 'Accepted' option for that answer.
You can add a new answer, which can be designated as the 'current answer' for the question and thereby affect the test score.
Click the 'Apply Updates' button to apply your changes.
Tracking Revision History
All recorded answers, as well as any modifications, are tagged with the user who made the update. It is easy to determine who submitted an answer, whether it was the test-taker or a test administrator, etc.
In the example below, there are two answers for a question. The first answer was submitted by the test-taker, and the second answer was submitted by the test administrator. However, because the most recent answer is not marked as "Accepted," the system still designates the test-taker's original answer as the "current answer" which affects the test score.
Writing a review for an input question's answer
You can write a review for a given answer. To write a review, click on the Review button.
Reviews can be written for internal logging purposes or to share with the test-taker. If you would like your review to be visible when you give the test-taker access to their questions and answers, you can select the appropriate option.