In this module we will cover the key concepts and ideas that you will need to understand before you can begin to create tests in Surpass. Taking this module will help you understand the different options that are available to you with regard to creating tests. Once you have finished this module, you'll be able to choose which of the methods is most suitable for you.
This course will provide you with everything you need to know in order to create a test, whether this is using the Test Wizard, or through the Test Creation screen. As well as providing an introduction to Test Creation, this course contains useful lessons such as how to download printable tests, and goes into detail about general and advanced test settings.
This module will help you to understand how you can easily create tests using the Test Wizard in the Item Authoring screen. Before taking this module, it is recommended that you view the lesson explaining the different methods of test creation in Surpass (simple and complex tests), which can be found in the 'Essentials' module.
This module will help you to understand how to create tests and test forms in the Test Creation screen, including: how to add question and non-question items to tests and how to control test delivery settings and options. Before taking this module, it is recommended that you view the lesson explaining the difference between tests and test forms that can be found in the 'Essentials' module.
- Tests: Creating Tests in Test Creation
- Tests: About General Settings
- Tests: About Advanced Settings
- Test Forms: Creating and Editing Test Forms
- Test Forms: Adding Candidate Breaks
- Test Forms: Section Selector
- Test Forms: Adding Scale Scores
- Test Forms: Learning Outcome Boundaries
- Test Forms: Item Comments
- Test Forms: Packaging a Test Form
This module covers the additional Test Creation functionalities and techniques that will allow you to tailor tests to your specifications. Be sure to complete the Test Creation Essentials, Using the Test Wizard, and Using the Test Creation Screens modules before viewing these lessons, as they presume a basic understanding of the system.