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Taking Tests and Surveys

Taking a test in Blackboard
Can I save a test and come back to it later?
Can I view a test after I’ve taken it?
Points for students to consider when test-taking
Surveys

Taking a test in Blackboard

Taking a test in Blackboard is relatively straight forward. Your instructor will advise you when the test will be available and in what content area of the course site to look for it, i.e. Assignments. Click on the test link. You will then be taken into a page that gives you the option to Cancel or OK. Click OK to take the test. The test will open up. Read any written instructions and take the test.

Can I save a test and come back to it later?

Providing that the Force Completion setting has not been activated a student can save their responses without submitting the test for final grading. Once the answers have been saved the student may log out and return later to resume the test.

Can I view a test after I've have taken it?

Students can only view tests if the instructor has enabled this setting. If they have:


Points for students to consider when test-taking

Surveys

Surveys are taken the same way through Blackboard as tests are. However there is one important difference in that surveys are anonymous. Although the instructor can see who has taken the survey they are unable to match results/answers/comments to an individual student.

 

 

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