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> Multiple Versions Of A Ev Test
Posted: Oct 6 2009, 04:19 PM

I always give my students multiple versions of the ExamView test with answers scrambled to prevent cheating. I was told at my CPS training that students could answer their version of the printed test in SMA mode by simply inputing the version form they have. How is this done? How do I save and import all of the versions so the students can take the test at the same time. Currently I can only do one version of the test and then I set up Student Managed Assessment and allow them to do the test at their own pace but this doesn't prevent cheating if it is all the same version.
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Posted: Oct 9 2009, 03:52 PM

At present the only way to give multiple versions of a test with CPS Clickers is to use the test in CPS.

ExamView only allows one test to be given at a time.

In CPS you can engage multiple versions of a test in student paced mode and the students will indicate on their clicker which version they are taking.
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Posted: Dec 11 2009, 12:01 AM

I like to use multiple versions of ExamView tests as well. I now have CPS clickers. Please expand on /how/ we can use CPS to engage multiple versions of a test in student paced mode.
Thank you.
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Posted: Dec 11 2009, 10:14 AM

In CPS under the engage tab, you select however many tests you want to engage. Let's say you want to give out three versions of a test. You click version 1, 2, and then 3. The order in which you click them to select them determines the number the students will enter to tell CPS which version they are taking. When you click engage now, the students will be prompted to enter the test number.
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