Print Placement Test

I know I can print a student's completed test but I can't figure out where to print it. I think I have searched Dashboard & SAM. Can anyone help?

Posted on: February 22 2018
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  • AskDee

    The Print Test is an individual student report in SAM Reports. I always caution teachers about this because it is sometimes hard to understand why a student received a certain score. There may be only one item listed with an incorrect response. I do use it for seeing how much time the student spent completing the test. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    So we can't print it, can we?


    You can print the completed tests, just not a blank test. The tests are computer adaptive. When a student takes the next test there are many variables that go into the algorithm for determining the student's score and what items the student will see--time between tests, score on the last test, the student's grade level, etc. Rarely, if ever, do two students in the same class ever see the same test. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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