What is the Examinee Scoring System?

The Examinee Scoring System is used to score paper tests. Use of the Examinee Scoring System is complimentary with the purchase of our paper tests. If you are using fax answer sheets with your paper tests you will find the scoring results in the Examinee Scoring System.

  • An “Entry” denotes a test purchased through our ordering system.
  • Each entry is one administration of a test. If a person took more than one test, they will have one entry for each test they took.
  • You cannot delete an entry from the Examinee Scoring System.

How to use the Examinee Scoring System to View Results of Tests Scored by Fax

The following is a primer on viewing test scores in the Examinee Scoring System. You will need your Ramsay Corporation login information. If you have forgotten your information, please use the “Forgot your password?” link at the bottom of the login screen.

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“Take a Test” is a new testing feature added to the Online Testing System in May of 2018.

Note: The test taker must be running the latest version of Windows 10 Professional, Enterprise, or Educational editions. Windows 10 Home Edition is NOT compatible with the Take A Test feature. Please see the system requirements page for more information.

How to use this feature:

  • Click the slider labeled “Take a Test secure testing mode disabled.” next to any test launch area or on the test taker login page.

    Take a Test Slider
    Note: If this slider does not appear on the web page, your system is not compatible with Take a Test.
  • When the slider is enabled, a test will show this popup:
    Popup


  • After 3 seconds, a system dialog will open asking if you would like to open this link.
    Firefox: Chrome:
    Dialog 2 Dialog 3

    Click “open link”.
    Note: If you instead see a message saying “Look for an app in the Microsoft Store…”, your system is not compatible with Take a Test.


  • Next, a screen will appear with this prompt:
    Take a Test Prompt
    Click yes.


  • Now, the computer will be locked down and a test taking environment will launch. The test can be taken normally from here.
    Upon completion, the test will NOT automatically close until the user clicks “Exit & Logout.” Otherwise, the test may be exited at any time using Ctrl+Alt+Delete.

 

 

Why should I use this instead of the regular in-browser testing mode?
This adds an extra layer of security to the test. Unfortunately, there are limitations to the security on an in-browser test that provide inevitable possibilities for cheating. Using Take a Test, your test takers will have absolutely no access to any other tools on the computer (except accessibility options, like on-screen keyboard).

The exclude checkbox is intended to be a permanent exclusion of data in the account. This is generally used to exclude data from:

  • Managers who have taken the test to see what is on it
  • Test takers who do not complete a test or portion of a test battery
  • Other accidental taking of tests

When you exclude a test taker’s results, you are removing the person’s results from the data used to calculate local percentiles. The local percentile columns, consequently, will update to show the results with the excluded test taker removed.

Before Tests Are Excluded: After Tests Are Excluded:
exclude before wa exclude after wa
n before wa n after wa

If you would like to separate out groups of test takers’ results, we would recommend that you move the test takers into subaccounts.

You can find more details about setting up subaccounts here.

Q: I can’t login, what can I do?

A:

Recently we have had issues with users using bookmarks, so first try navigating to our website directly.

You can reset an administrators’ password by following this link: https://www.ramsaycorp.com/onlinetesting2/admin/admins.aspx. To reset an administrator’s password, click on the administrator you wish to reset and then click “Reset password”. After that, the selected administrator will be sent an email containing a link with a new temporary password. If you did not receive an email it is possible that it was sent to your spam filter. If the email still was not received you can always reset the password again to resend the email.

Tests can be unassigned just as easily as they can be assigned.
This guide will give you step by step instructions on how to unassign tests.
Keep in mind that you can only unassign test sessions that have not been opened for testing. Once the test has been started, the credit has been used and the session can no longer be unassigned.
Only test sessions in the “Pending” status can be unassigned.
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What is the Examinee Scoring System?

The Examinee Scoring System is used to score paper tests. Use of the Examinee Scoring System is complimentary with the purchase of our paper tests. This document will walk you through the steps to enter and score results through this system.

  • An “Entry” denotes a test purchased through our ordering system. If the option to enter a new examinee is not available, you may need to purchase additional tests.
  • Each entry is one administration of a test. If a person took more than one test, they will have one entry for each test they took.
  • You cannot delete an entry from the Examinee Scoring System. If you have entered the examinee’s answers into the wrong test, please edit the entry. For more information on editing entries, see our post titled “FAQ: Entries” at help.ramsaycorp.com/entries.

How to use the Examinee Scoring System

The following is a primer on entering a person’s answers into the Examinee Scoring System in order to access their results. You will need your Ramsay Corporation login information. If you have forgotten your information, please use the “Forgot your password?” link at the bottom of the login screen.

Click here for a printable PDF version of this document.

Click here for a Visual Walk-Through