As a teacher, you have the ability to create a customized test for your entire class. You can set this test to occur at a certain date, and ultimately decide its contents.


Select desired class > Class Scheduled Tests

Creating a Test

From the Scheduled Test menu, click on the green Create New Scheduled Test button.

Select Your Test Options

Choose a Start Date and End Date: This determines the date range that the test will be available to students - when they login during this range they must complete the test before they can interact with the rest of the program. To populate date, you must click within the calendar.

Select the Test Duration: This is 1, 2, or 3-minutes, and determines how long the student has to type the content. The purpose isn't necessarily for the student to complete the content, but to have enough content to determine a students average ability per minute. 

Select Max Tries:  This is how many times the student can redo the test. Note that the student has to complete all tries in one sitting - once they exit the test they cannot then go back and complete any incomplete retry attempts. This is best used if you're using a single end of unit test for the students grade. 

Select Grades:  This determines which students receive the test. Any student in the school (or schools if done as District Admin) will receive the test during the Start Date and End Date. 

Select Content:  You can choose from one of five tests pre-populated with content from Typing Agent, or create your own content. 

Once you've selected your options, you must click the Save button for students to see it. Any unsaved modifications will be lost if you cancel or otherwise close the tab. 

Existing Test Options:  View, Edit, or Delete

Eye Icon displays a report for every student the test was provided to, showing the results for their best attempt. 

Pencil Icon allows you to change the date the test is available, test duration, and/or the maximum number of attempts. 

Trash Can Icon deletes the test, and all results from any students who have completed it.

Status: shows an indicator of how many students have completed the test you've set up in the ratio of Students Completed/Total Students Assigned the Test.

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