Test Scoring

 

Test Scoring

Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:45am-4:30pm
Contact: UW-Test Scoring, opscan@uww.edu, x4864 or 1149
Drop-off Location:

Technology Support Center Helpdesk - Andersen Library 2000 Helpdesk hours: Mon-Thurs, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

   

Deadline: For those planning to request teacher evaluation forms, the deadline for making prep requests for all courses (3-week, 8-week or 16-week) is two weeks prior to the end of the final day of class.

The scanning of true/false exams, multiple-choice exams or surveys on machine readable answer sheets is a service provided by iCIT. Results are sent to the instructors campus email account. Note: iCIT will not print results, as they can be printed by the instructor. If you need assistance printing, contact the Technology Support Center Helpdesk at x4357. Instructors may also request individual results to be sent to student email accounts. Please allow for a 24-hour turn around time for exam scanning services.

Test Request Forms and answer sheets are available in departmental offices or you may use the following link:

Instructions

Instructors requesting the scanning service must submit the following:

  1. Test Request Form
    Please submit a completed form with each scanning request.
  2. Answer Key
    Answer keys must be completed using a No. 2 pencil.
    The Name Field and Identification Field must be completed:
    • Last Name: print instructor's last name and the word "key".
    • Social Security Number: print course and section number with no blanks and left justify.
  3. Weighting Key (if applicable)
  4. Answer Sheets
    Answer keys must be completed using a No. 2 pencil.
  5. Student Information
    The Name Field and Identification Field must be completed:
    • Last Name: print first eight letters of last name
    • First Name: print first name
    • Social Security Number: use UW-Whitewater student ID Number. (DO NOT USE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER)

Note: Students must indicate their student ID# on the answer sheet in order for their scores to be sent via email. The instructor's email address must be indicated on the request sheet for scores to be emailed to students.

Results

Emailed results are available as four text files or four worksheets in an Microsoft Excel workbook.

Additional Information

Instructions pertaining to the completion of forms and explanations of item statistical analysis are also available in departmental offices. You may refer to the list of Frequently Asked Questions for further information pertaining to test scoring.