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A student access code is a unique code that enables each student to log into the Test Lobby to complete the assessments that have been allocated to them. 

Once you have created a sitting  you can view a sheet of student access codes, which contains one access code for each student, within the selected sitting.

Access codes appear within a PDF file and are in A4 landscape format. 9 student access codes appear on each page. Therefore, if you have 25 students within a sitting then your PDF will contain 3 pages, the first two pages will contain 9 student access codes each and the third page will contain 7 student access codes. See Sample Page of Student Access Codes for an example of what the PDF file will look like.

The access code PDF file can either be saved or printed.

If you print the student access codes, you can then divide the A4 sheet into 9 sections and distribute the access codes to each individual student. 

Once the student has their access code and the test has begun, the student can log into the system and begin their assessment.

Each student access code contains the following information:

  • Student Name
  • Student Access Code
  • Sitting Name
  • Date and Time of Assessment
  • Test Name(s)
  • URL, which is the web address for the test(s)

To view student access codes

1   Click the Sittings button from the dashboard.

 All existing sittings are displayed within the Sittings List.

2   Find the sitting that you want to view the access codes for and click the Actions button alongside it.

     The Edit button now replaces the entry in the first column.

3   Click the Access Codes button to display the Open Access Codes for Sitting box.

4   Select an option from the Open With list and then click OK.

A PDF file containing A4 sheet(s) of access codes will be displayed.

5   You can either save this file or print it.

6   When you have finished working with the access codes PDF file, close the software that was used to display the access codes sheet.


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