If you are a new exam-maker, you'll find it helpful to learn about the exam-takers' experience in Examplify. By installing the software on your device and taking a practice exam, you'll understand what the exam-takers do and see in Examplify and how the various assessment options affect the exam-taking experience. These insights will help you to create assessments that suit your purposes. They'll also help you to provide support and guidance to your exam-takers on exam day.
After posting an assessment, you might find that you need to post it again, or you might want to reuse the questions and options for a new assessment. Depending on your goals, you can either repost the assessment or duplicate it.
You can create rubrics to quantify student achievement on performance-based assessments. You assign categories to all dimensions within a rubric to effectively track and report student progress with learning objectives.
If you want certain questions to appear together, even when an assessment is set up to randomize questions, you can assign them to a group. For example, let's say that you have three closely related questions about the European Union. You could put them into a group called EU. The randomizer will treat those questions as a group. In one exam, they might appear as question #1, 2, and 3, while in another exam they appear as question #5, 6, and 7; however, they will always appear together.
The link below explains how to enable ExamID, ExamMonitor, or both, when posting an assessment.
Before You Begin Create your assessment.
Important: If you have previously posted this assessment without setting a time limit in the Proctoring Options, and you want to use ExamMonitor for this subsequent posting, then you must duplicate the assessment before you begin the Procedure.