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Scheduling Questionmark Perception exams - Contact form

Please use the contact form below to request a Questionmark Perception exam be scheduled.

This information helps to ensure that we have all the information we need to unlock the exam at the right time, to the right people.

If you want to know the meaning of any piece of information we ask for, you'll find them at the end of this page.

    Personal information
    Author information

    If you are making this request on behalf of someone else, please fill in their details here

    Faculty office details

    Your faculty office may need to make arrangements for students with Additional Exam Requirements and may need to be emailed the results at the end of your exam.

    Exam information

    This information will be used to unlock the exam at the right time. If students enter a room at 12:00, start it at 12:15 for 30 minutes and leave by 12:50 please enter the time as 12:00 - 12:50.

    If you aren't sure what the five digit Master CRN (Course Reference Number) is, please see the bottom of the current page.

    If your exam is within a University exam period, you do not need to let us know the date, time or location of your exam. We'll check your exam and schedule it once the official exam timetable is released.

     

     

    For the "Where is the exam found in Authoring Manager?" please let us know where to find your assessment. For example Assessments > gra > examples > 13/14 > Example Exam 13/14

    Best practice

    The following is a list of best practices for Questionmark Perception exams. Please read the list and let us know if your exam deviates from any of these best practices (so we don't mistakenly correct them).

    Answers will be saved in the database
    Answers will not be anonymised
    There is a rubric page
    The rubric page does not count towards the time limit of the exam
    Students can resume from IT failures
    Each question appears on a single page
    No feedback or scores appear at the end of the exam

     

    Why do you want... ?

    Personal information

    Your name, username and telephone number are used to create the ServiceLine ticket via this web form. In case your phone number isn't already in our system we ask for that too.

    Author information

    Sometimes schools delegate the scheduling to a member of the administration. If we have a question about the assessment it would be useful to have the contact details of the author.

    This information is not mandatory

    Exam information

    Master CRN

    Perception exams are now very secure. The links to each exam can now be freely distributed and do not have to be kept secret as each link is secured down to a person, date and time. We know who needs to sit the exam by the CRN (otherwise known as the Banner code).

    If you don't know the CRN paste in the Blackboard course ID.

    If you have multiple CRNs (French, French and Oceanography) please include all the codes, even if you don't use the Blackboard courses.

    If a student is not in the CRN you give us, they will not be able to take the exam.

    Dates and times

    The day of the exam, start and end times. The start and end times are when we will unlock the exam so should be when students are allowed in to, and released from, the room. For example if students arrive at 9am for a 9:15 exam the start time should be 9am to allow them to log into the exam before being told to start.

    Where is the exam in Authoring Manager

    To schedule in Perception we need to navigate through Authoring Manager to find your exam. As administrators of the system we can see hundreds of exams and need your help to ensure we schedule the correct exam.

    Best practice

    In this section is a list of things we will check in your exam. To ensure we don't adjust your exam to be the way we expect it, rather than the way you expect it, let us know if you have purposefully made any changes to best practice.

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