Q: I have a student who signed up for the wrong class and his instructor accidentally accepted his enrollment and added him to the class. How do I move the student to the correct class? (EMSTesting.com)

This article was published in our November 2013 Newsletter by David Smith, EMSTesting.com Customer Advocate Q: I have a student who signed up for the wrong class and his instructor accidentally accepted his enrollment and added him to the class. How do I move the student to the correct class? […]

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Q: One of our instructors is no longer teaching here. How do we assign their class to a different instructor? (EMSTesting.com)

This article was published in our November 2013 Newsletter by David Smith, EMSTesting.com Customer Advocate Q: One of our instructors is no longer teaching here. How do we assign their class to a different instructor? […]

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Q: I print off my tests for students to take offline. How do I figure out their cut-­score based grade for a paper and pencil test? (EMSTesting.com)

This article was published in our August 2013 Newsletter by David Smith, EMSTesting.com Customer Advocate Q: I print off my tests for students to take offline. How do I figure out their cut-­score based grade for a paper and pencil test? […]

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Our Feelings On Test Randomization (EMSTesting.com)

This article was previously published in our August 2013 Newsletter We have had a certain request come up several times since our last newsletter and I’d like to take a few minutes and share our thoughts on the concept of test randomization. If we could all sit together and just talk you would find a […]

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Understanding EMSTesting.com Test Results

This article was previously published in our August 2013 Newsletter by Doug Smith, CEO In this article we will breakdown some of the information provided in your EMSTesting.com Class Test Results. First we will look at the Class Summative Results and what information you can obtain from this. The class Cut Score average was 61% […]

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Progressive Testing: What is it and why do I care? (EMSTesting.com)

This article was previously published in our May 2013 Newsletter by Doug Smith, CEO One of the mistakes many of us make when we prepare tests for our students is having too high of an expectation. When we finish Chapter 1, we offer the students a Chapter 1 test covering all levels of Bloom’s taxonomy, […]

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