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.
Rather than using usernames, email addresses or password to log into the Test Lobby, students will use a unique 8 digit number.
Student Login Details contain the following information for each student:
Once you have created a sitting, you can download, save or print a PDF or CSV 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 multiple Student Login Details on each page. If you print the Student Login Details, you can then divide the A4 sheet into sections and distribute the Student Login Details to each individual student. The CSV file contains the access codes and student details in a table format.
Once the student has been given their Student Login Details, the Test Start Period has begun, the test has started in Testwise (automatically or manually), the student can log into the Test Lobby, click the Start Test button and begin answering questions.
Note: You can only download Student Access Details for sittings that have a status of Live. You cannot download Student Access Details for sittings that have a status of Draft, Expired, Closed or Completed.
1 Click the Sittings buttonfrom the home screen.
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 buttondisplayed alongside the sitting name.
The Edit button and the Download Access Codes buttons now replace the Sitting Name in the first column.
4 Click the Download Access Code pdf buttonor Download Access Code - csv button to download the Student Login Details for the selected sitting.
5 Depending on the chosen download format you can open or save the PDF or CSV file as suggested by your web browser.
The PDF file containing your Student Login Details will look similar to the example below:
The csv file will provide a table format similar to the example below:
|Sitting Name||Test Name/Level||First Name||Last Name||Unique Identifier||Date of birth||Gender||Group||Year||External Reference||Free School Meals||Ethnic Group||SEN||English as a Second Language||Custom 1||Custom 2||Access Code|
|PTM Level 8 - 3W||PTM Level8||Test||User 1||12345||01/01/2010||Male||3W||3||No||Yes||A111-A111|
|PTM Level 8 - 3W||PTM Level8||Test||User 2||67890||01/02/2010||Female||3W||3||No||No||B111-B111|
6 You can either save this file, if you have not already done so or print it.
7 Close the PDF or CSV file when you have finished working with it and close the software that was used to display the file.