Quickly create a test from any list you have saved on your computer using the Auto Test Creator. Any type of list such as sight words, math computation, vocabulary, or observation can be added easily. For instructions, watch the video below or follow the step-by-step directions.
1. Click "Test Explorer"
2. Click the "Auto Test Creator" on the right side.
3. Enter a Test Name, Test Description, and Directions. Select Content Area, Grade Level, and Font using the drop down menus. Test Name and Test Description are required fields.
4. “Test Topic” is an optional field. If a test topic is selected from the drop down menu, the Test Name, Description, Directions, and Content Area will automatically populate. Even though those fields will be auto populated, they can still be updated manually if you choose. See the example below for test topic “Sight Words”:
5. Copy and paste the questions in the “Enter question or paste a list” field, or manually type the questions. If you are manually typing in the questions, as you are typing the question, a “+” will appear on the right hand side. When finished typing the question, click the “+” sign to add the question to the list.
6. If you wish to mix up the order of the questions, select “Randomize”. To manually move questions around, hold down the 6 dots to the left of each question, and drag and drop where you would like to place the question.
7. To preview the test, click “Thumbnail View” in the lower left of the Auto Test Creator Screen.
8. To edit from the “Thumbnail View”, click the three dots in the upper right corner of a test question, and select “Advanced Edit”.
9. Edit the question using any of the fields or properties on the “Edit Question” Screen. When finished, click the blue “SAVE” button in the lower right corner.
10. After editing the question(s), click the blue “SAVE” button in the lower right corner on the “Thumbnail View” Screen.
11. Using the drop down menu, select a subject tab to add the test to, and click “Confirm Subject Tab”. If you do not wish to put the test in a subject tab at this time, skip the option to select the subject tab, and click “ADD LATER".