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> Publishing A Test To The ExamView Website, OnlineTest
claudiapage
Posted: Jul 6 2010, 09:00 PM




As a new teacher, I will be using ExamView next school year for the first time. I would like to create tests and publish them to a website. I also need for my students to be able to see their score immediately after they take the test and print it out. I understand the Online Testing Center is no longer available. I'm not sure LAN testing is an option at my school. If I create my own website and export the test to it, will my students be able to get immediate feedback? Will using an LMS be better? If so, is there a cost for this? As a small private school, we do not have a lot of resources. Please help.

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support NP
Posted: Jul 7 2010, 10:06 AM




With the exception of LAN testing, you could export your test as HTML and then put that on your website. You have the option for students to see their grades right after they take the test.
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claudiapage
Posted: Jul 8 2010, 09:59 PM




Thank you for your prompt reply. When you say that I have the option for students to see their grades right after they take the test, is this something that I need to set up when I publish the test? If so, could you please tell me how? Also, will my students be able to print out the score?
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Posted: Jul 9 2010, 10:21 AM




Yes, when you export to the HTML option, you can opt to let students see their grades after the test. It will then take them to a page which says they got what % and X questions correct out of X total.
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