Packaging a script in the Moderate screen

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A packaged script is a ZIP file containing all materials related to a test. You can use standalone packages to view completed tests for quality review purposes or to view candidate responses in a read-only format.

This article explains how to package a script in the Moderate screen.

In This Article

1. Go to the Moderate screen

To package a script, navigate to the Moderate screen in Test Administration.

For more information about the Moderate screen, read About the Moderate screen.

2. Choose a script

IMPORTANT: To package a script in Moderate, the Allow Packaging of Candidate Responses setting in Test Details must be enabled. For more information, read About test settings.

Select the relevant script you want to package in the Moderate grid.

Select Package Test to open the Test Properties dialog. The package is automatically created in the background.

NOTE: Learning Outcome Boundaries are not supported in packaged scripts.

3. Download the package

When the package has been created, select Download to save the ZIP file to your device.

Launching a standalone packaged script

After you have downloaded your standalone package, you can open the script. Expand the following section for more details.

Further reading

Now you know how to package a script in the Moderate screen, read the following articles to learn more: