The Surpass test driver enables efficient and reliable test delivery on multiple digital platforms. You can take tests within a web browser, on an Android or iOS tablet, or on an offline Windows machine running SecureClient, which can lock down candidates’ devices and prevent access to external apps and the internet.
This article gives an overview of the Delivery section of the Surpass Help Site.
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About web delivery
Surpass tests can be taken in a web browser. Web delivery allows for quick and lightweight testing across any device, but does not come with the resilience or additional functionality of SecureClient. The Surpass test driver can be launched in any web browser using HTML5 or in the Surpass Viewer using Flash. To learn more, read About web delivery.
SecureClient is a desktop delivery app with offline test support and built-in protections against internet and device failure. SecureClient features lockdown capabilities that prevent candidates from leaving the test session and accessing any other apps on their device. To learn more about SecureClient, including installation instructions and information about the Admin Console, read About SecureClient.
Using the Surpass test driver
Using the Surpass test driver features comprehensive documentation on all elements of the candidate experience, from opening a test and entering a keycode, to navigating items within a test and controlling media playback, to submitting the test and viewing summary feedback after submission.