This article explains the ways you can set up a test for invigilation in Surpass. For more information about how to navigate the Invigilate screen and use its feature, read About the Invigilate screen.
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1. Create a test
To set up a new test for invigilation, go to Test Creation > Tests. For more information about the Tests screen, read About the Tests screen.
2. Select Create Test
Select Create Test on the Tests screen.
In the Create Test dialog, select Create New Test.
3. Enter test information
Fill out the fields in the Create Test dialog to create a new blank test.
Fill out your new test’s information in the Create Test dialog. Refer to the following table for information on each field.
|Subject||Choose the subject that contains the items you want to include in your test.|
|Test Name||Enter a name for your test. This is visible to Surpass users and candidates.|
|Test Ref||Enter an alphanumeric reference. The reference is visible to Surpass users, but not candidates. The reference must be unique.|
4. Configure test for invigilation
Select the General Settings tab in the Edit Test dialog. For more information about test settings, read About test settings.
To set up a test for invigilation, select Requires Invigilation in Test Delivery Options. If selected, a keycode and a PIN are automatically generated for candidates. A PIN is required to unlock invigilated tests.
If you do not want Surpass to automatically create a PIN, you can clear the Auto Create PIN setting in Edit Test > Advanced Settings > Miscellaneous Options. For more information about how invigilators can manually unlock a test, read Unlocking an invigilated test.
Setting up a test for invigilation in Test Administration
You can also set up a test for invigilation at the point of scheduling in Test Administration.
In the Schedule Test Wizard, select Schedule For Invigilate in Delivery & Administration. For more information about scheduling a test, read Scheduling a test session.
When you have created your test and set it up for invigilation, you can create test forms containing test content in the Test Forms screen. For full instructions, read the Creating test forms and About test form settings articles.