How to Have Your Scantron Tests Scored by Testing Services
Our Optical Mark Read Scanner will read #2 pencil only. Marks should be dark and completely fill the circle (any stray marks or labeling along the margins will interfere with accurate reading of forms).
Pick up enough blank scantron forms from Testing Services for your class.
Half Green (one sided, 80 questions, 5 options)
Full Green (two sides, 120 questions, 10 options)
Full Blue (two sides, 200 questions, 5 options)
Please do not send individual students to pick up single scantrons for your
Save one blank scantron of the same format (above) for your key. In the spaces for LAST NAME, label as KEY with CLASS or TEST NAME. (ie., PSY 101 F12 Midterm).
Student must WRITE IN THE LETTERS OF THEIR NAME and FILL IN THE CORRESPONDING CIRCLE FOR EACH LETTER and/or DO THE SAME FOR student ID#. Otherwise your reports will show a blank line for that student instead of a name or number. The TEST FORM CODE and SECTION fields can be used to differentiate between different tests and their key.
Print and fill out a Test Coversheet. Complete all items. Reports will be emailed to the address (or addresses) included on the coversheet. Any other information we need in order to scan your tests correctly should be entered on this coversheet.
Tests results are nearly always returned within 24 hours (except Fridays and during Finals). If you do not see the reports in your email by the close of the next day, please call and check with us @ 963-1868.
We have a standard set of six reports that we email out in a standard format as listed on the Test Coversheet. Other reports/formats are available by special request.
Deliver or mail the coversheet and test forms to Testing Services at Bouillon Room
125 or MS 7427 (Campus mail is the less timely method).
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