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If you create a new test, the test will open in the edit view. The edit view divides into three parts:

  • Quick access question bank: In the left pane, you can access your question bank from which you can copy existing tasks to the test.
  • Test structure: In the middle pane, you can see and adapt the test structure. Moreover, you can create new tasks in the test context.
  • Edit test: In the right pane, you can configure the test and edit its contents.

 

Ideally, you begin with the creation of single tasks. On the basis of a set of single tasks, you can then easily combine multiple tests.

 

In order to create or adapt a test scenario, the following steps are recommended:

  1. In the first step, set the test structure (middle pane).
  2. Add existing single tasks to the test structure (left pane) or create new tasks within the test (middle pane).
  3. Edit the tasks to adapt them to the test context (right pane).
  4. Edit the test on test level to perform individual assessments or to add test feedback (right pane).
  5. Edit the test on test and section level to make individual settings (right pane).

Content

Further contents (test level)

Further contents (section level)

Related topics

In the tab "Feedback", you can store feedback contents for the test, which will be automatically displayed to the participant upon completing the test. For more detailed information, please refer to the help section "Set test feedback".

In the tab "Options", you will find a variety of advanced test settings, in particular for the test display and control. For more detailed information, please refer to the help section "Set test options".

Sections

A test consists of any number of sections, also called test sections. Sections contain further subsections or tasks. Sections can also be used as invisible structural elements serving the author as a structuring element, which will be invisible for the learner.

In the tab "Options", you will find a number of advanced settings such as for the random task selection and arrangement within a section. For more detailed information, please refer to the help section "Section - Set options".

Tasks

A section can contain any number of tasks.

For more detailed information on creating tasks, please refer to the help section "Create tasks".

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