Students should follow the steps below to access online assessments created by their teachers. You may find a downloadable PDF of student support information at the end of this article, or preview it here. This PDF was last updated in 2020.
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Students will need to log in to Eduphoria to take the test.
Step 1: Open a browser window and enter the Student Login URL.
Step 2: Students will log in with their Student ID number and password. The password is set by the system administrator or the teacher.
Step 3: Under My Available Tests, students will select the appropriate test to take. If no tests are listed, the following message will display: “No tests currently available. Please ask your instructor to start your test.”
Step 4: If your students have any questions, they can select the Help icon to open the Student Help Guide.
Step 5: Once a student has selected a test, they can then begin the assessment process for the selected test.
Step 1: Students will answer each question by selecting the correct answer and then clicking Next.
Step 2: To navigate between questions, they can either click the Question Number or use the Previous and Next buttons at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3: Once the student has finished answering all questions, they can proceed to the next step by selecting Review & Submit.
Submitting a Test
If the student skipped any questions, the question number will be displayed with a red bell indicating it is unanswered. Selecting the question number returns the student to that question.
Once the student has answered all questions, they can submit the assessment by selecting Submit to Score.
Online Testing Features
If a student needs to exit a test and come back later to finish, they can do so by selecting Exit Test. Student progress will be saved.
Note: Once they have exited the test, students can reenter the test unless the test administration window is closed or the teacher submits the assessment on the student’s behalf via End Test.
If the test closes while students are taking the test, the system will display the following message: “The test has been closed by the administrator and can no longer be changed.”
If a calculator is available for students to use on a test, the Calculator icon will be present in the toolbar. To turn on the calculator, click the Calculator icon. To turn it off, click the icon again. Teachers must enable the calculator feature for it to be available for use.
To highlight selections on a test, students will select the section they wish to highlight and click the Highlight icon that appears next to the selected text. They can choose from the following colors: yellow, orange, mint green, and lavender.
Note: Highlighted selections do not save and will vanish once the student exits the test or selects the Review & Submit option. If the student reenters the test, they can re-highlight selections as desired.
Eliminating Answer Choices
Students can eliminate answer choices they don't want to use by selecting the (-) Eliminate this answer symbol next to the answer choice.
If they change their mind, they can reactivate the answer choice by clicking the (-) Eliminate this answer symbol again.
Flagging Questions for Review
If a student wants to skip a question or has chosen an answer they want to review later, they can select the Flag icon above the question. This will flag the question and place a border around the question number.
If a student hits Review & Submit, they will be reminded they have flagged questions for review. To review the question, they can select the corresponding question number.
If a student accidentally submits their assessment before they are ready, the teacher can reopen the assessment for them.
Downloadable Resources (Last Updated in 2020):
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