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How does a student begin an assessment?
 
There are two ways students can start an assessment. They can use their unique student login or the teacher can start the test from the teacher account.
Before a student can access the test, though, the teacher will have to assign the student the assessment from the teacher account.

Assigning assessments for the whole class:
-On the <Class> tab, choose the class you wish to assess and click "Change Class."
-Click on "View Class Queue" on the same page.
-Click on the "Activate" button next to the desired assessment.
Note: If there are any in-progress assessments that are more than 4 weeks old, they are no longer valid. Terminate these assessments before activating the new ones.

Assigning assessments for an individual student:
-On the <Class>tab, click "View Queue" next to the individual student to be assessed.
-Check the box(es) next to the assessment(s) you wish to queue up for the student and click on "Update Queue" to save your selection(s).

Once the steps above have been completed, students can now log in using their unique student login or the teacher can log them in from the teacher account.

To log a student in from the teacher account:
-Go to the <Class> tab and click "Begin" in the "Start Assessment" column. This will start the assessment for that student on the computer you are currently logged into.

For instruction in a PDF format with screen shots, click on attached file:
Tips_Assessment_queue
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