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In order for each student to log into the Test Lobby to complete the tests that have been allocated to them, they will need their Student Login Details.

Student Login Details contain the following information for each student:

  • Student Name
  • Student Access Code - a unique 8 digit number that is generated for each student and sitting. You can also view each student's Access Code by viewing a student's assessment status.
  • Sitting Name
  • Date and Time of Assessment
  • Test Name(s)
  • URL, which is the web address for the test(s)

Once you have created a sitting,you can download, save or print a PDF file containing all the Student Login Details for all the students within that sitting. The PDF file is created in A4 landscape format and contains 9 Student Login Details on each page. If you print the Student Login Details, you can then divide the A4 sheet into 9 sections and distribute each Student Login Detail to each individual student.

Once the student has been given their Student Login Details and the Start Test Period has begun, the student can log into the Test Lobby and begin their test.

To download student login details

1   Click the Sittings button from the dashboard.

 All existing sittings are displayed within the Sittings List.

2   Find the sitting that contains the student login details that you want to download.

3   Click the Actions button  displayed alongside the sitting name.

     The Edit button now replaces the sitting name.

4   Click the Download Access Code button  to download a PDF containing all the student logins details for the selected sitting.

5   Open or save the PDF file as suggested by your web browser.

A PDF file containing a landscape A4 sheet(s) of student login details will be displayed.


6   You can either save this file, if you have not already done so or print it.

7   Close the PDF file when you have finished working with it and close the software that was used to display the PDF.


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