If a benchmark, go to the Benchmarks tab —> Options menu —> Answer Key
The answers will be bolded
Explanations for all answers are also available
If a practice test (small, medium, large, full, or domain test), then those tests are randomly-generated for every student —> NO answer key
If a teacher asks how to see the questions the students have, explain that since practice tests, practice questions, and vocabulary are all randomly-generated, there’s no way to preview the exact questions
A teacher can certainly go to the Options menu —> Preview to see what the assignment will be like, but the questions will vary each time
If a teacher wants the ability to see the exact questions that students will have, then direct him/her to creating a benchmark
Not exactly a feature, but we’ve added some copy on the login page to help with auto-fill issues
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“Assignment Submitted” message:
There’s nothing to prevent students from opening a test or benchmark in two different tabs or browsers. Before this change, students could submit the test in each tab (even if the assignment only allowed 1 attempt), thereby creating confusion and frustration for teachers.
Why do students have multiple results for this benchmark?
Why is the benchmark result in a different column in my gradebook?
How did the benchmark become disconnected from the assignment?
Students can still open and save a test in multiple tabs/ browsers. BUT, there’s now a check in place upon submitting. If the test or benchmark has already been submitted and met the number of attempts allowed by the teacher, then they receive the message “Assignment Submitted”
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