Test History allows for tracking students’ performance on various types of standardized tests. This module tracks: the name of the test, date the test was administered, school year, grade level, score, and if the test is to be included on the transcript.
1. As a student, click Test History.
As a parent, click the down arrow next to the applicable student, then click Test History.
This screen displays the student's EOC Requirements.
You also have the ability to review all of the student's test administrations; in this case, 32 different tests.
The Test History screen displays the Test name, the Administration Date, the School Year, the Gradelevel, the Form, LEP Info, DJJ Info, the Test Level, whether or not to Include in Transcript, the District Administered, the School Administered, and the Test Publication Year.
2. For more detailed information, such as scores, that pertain to each listed test, click the gray arrow for the test in question. Click the gray arrow again to collapse the data.
3. Click the Bar Graph icons below each test part score type for a Summary of the selected score.
The red line indicates the score Median and the blue square indicates the Current Student score, as explained by the Legend. Use the mouse to hover over different areas of the chart--the mouse will display as a black line and the score will appear in the upper left corner of the chart. The Test Part is named on the left of the y-axis. The scores are listed along the bottom of the x-axis.
4. You can sort data by clicking on any of the headers. Click once for ascending results; click twice for descending results. In the image shown, results have been sorted by clicking on Administration Date twice; therefore, the listed dates begin with the oldest first.
5. To make the list full screen, click on the expansion icon (four arrows), which can be found on several screens. Once in full screen mode, click the icon again to exit full screen.
6. Use the Filter button to add Filter Rules to the Test Administrations. Start by adding one rule, such as School Year Contains 16, as shown in the image. The first pull-down is the listed columns. The second pull-down is the rule, such as contains, equal, starts with, etc. Then enter the information you'd like to filter by in the text box.
a. Notice that you can also click the Add Rule link to add an additional filter; you can clear the filter by clicking the Clear Rules link. To remove just one rule/filter, click Remove next to each listed filter.
b. You can further customize the filters using the AND/OR pull-down.