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See wich students have started a test so that absent students cannot cheat

After a test has been activated, a student absent from class can access the test from home. Active students on a test is not shown on the test information page, only the time of submission. Thus, a student opening the test from home is invisible to the teacher until he submit the test. This problem is frustrating since a test cannot be re-used next day for "stragglers".

The teacher can go to the list of all students page (in norwegian: "Deltakere") to see if the student was logged in during the test period. This does not mean that the student looked at the test, however; only that he had the option to do it.

Solution: If a student initiate a test he is listed in the "Results" page for the test marked as "Begun test" or similar. With this information the teacher will know for sure if the student taking the test later in the week acessed the test or not.

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  • Nov 14 2016
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Category Grading and assessment
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