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Edit/Modify a Test

When editing a test that has been shared and/or already given to a student, the data could be altered:

  • If you add or remove questions, the percentage correct will change.
  • If you edit a question that changes what is asked, the data will no longer reflect the student's answers.
  • If you edit a question and only change a picture (the question asks "what color is this" and you change the picture from a frog to a leaf), the data remains intact.

To edit or modify an existing test, you must be the test author!

First, find the test to edit:

  1. Log in and click on the Test Explorer button.
  2. Locate the test by:
    - using the Search field at the top
    - using the "My Tests" filter on the left side
    - using the "My Drafts" filter on the left side (these are tests you started to create, but did not save)
    - using the "By Author" filter on the left side and entering your name
  3. Click on the test name.TE_search.jpg

At this point you can:

  1. Edit an existing question by hovering over the question and clicking on the edit icon.
  2. Delete a question by hovering over the question and clicking on the red "x": Delete_question.jpg
  3. Add a new question by clicking on the Add Question button. Add_question.jpg
  4. Reorder the questions by dragging and dropping the question into the desired order.
  5. Randomize the test questions by clicking on the Randomize button.randomize.jpg
  6. Add the test to another Subject Tab or move it to a different one.Subject_Tab.jpg
  7. Edit the test details by clicking "edit".  edit.jpg
    For a Yes/No test, edit the Test Name, Test Description, State Standard, Content Area, Test Background Color, Grade Levels, etc.) Edit_Test_Details.jpg
    For a Single Score test, edit the Total Possible, Test Name, Test Description, State Standard, Content Area, Test Background Color, Grade Levels, etc.):Single_Score_edit_test_details.jpg

 

 

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