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Faculty Test Request
Faculty Submission of Exams Procedure
Test requests must be submitted 48 business hours prior to administration and received at least one hour prior to closing for processing to begin. Exams submitted after cut off time will be dated as being received the following business day.
No Saturdays as exam deadline dates. Faculty are encouraged to use Monday through Friday as deadline dates and reframe from having the last day to test on a Saturday.
Submission Cut Off Time
To have test available in 2 business days. Saturdays and Sundays are excluded.
|Monday - Wednesday||7:00 pm|
1) Fill out the appropriate Test Administration Request Form and Test Cover Sheet Page
- Distance Learning Test Administration Request Form: This form is filled out by an instructor who would like to have his or her exams administered in the Testing Center. On this form, the instructor provides the guidelines of how the exam is to be administered to the student. Exams will not be accepted without a completed form. If information is missing from the form, the administration of exams to students may be delayed. Test materials are to be e-mailed to email@example.com 48 hours prior to administration.
Distance Learning Test Administration Request Form (.docx)
- Classroom/Instructional Makeup Request Form: This form provides makeup test guidelines for students who missed classroom examinations due to documented circumstances beyond their control. (e.g. medical emergency, court appointment, etc.). Makeup exams are not administered for an entire class. Instructors are asked to limit their request to 5 or fewer students per course, per exam. One form is to be filled out per student. Test materials are to be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org 48 hours prior to administration. Students must schedule an appointment to take his or her makeup exam.
Faculty Guide to Classroom Makeup Process.
Classroom/Instructional Makeup Request Form (.docx)
Blackboard/Online Assessment Testing - Information Sheet: This form provides information to students on how to access an instructor's exam through blackboard. Instructors will fill out the top portion of the form with their name, course name and number and 5-digit synonym(s), exam name, and current semester. Additional instructions will be needed in the directions students will follow to access their exam. This information is provided by you as well.
Blackboard Testing - Information Sheet (.docx)
SNAP Assessment - Information Sheet (.docx)
ALEKS Assessment - Information Sheet (.docx)
NOTE: If you need assistance using Blackboard to administer your exams, please contact Faculty Assistance Center at 614-287-5991 or email@example.com.
Completed examinations will be returned to the instructor as requested on the submission forms, in one of two ways:
An instructor or his/her designee may pick up exams any time the Testing Center is open for service. Please bring a valid photo ID when picking up materials. Instructors are asked to pick up unused tests and materials as soon as the testing deadline has passed.
Instructors at Dublin and Westerville Centers must pick up exams from front desk personnel at their site. A pick up slip must be signed to receive the completed exam. Unused exams will be placed in the instructor's mailbox within two weeks of the exam deadline date.
Campus Mail Delivery
Testing Center staff delivers exams to the campus mailroom Monday through Thursday during the semester. Exams will be returned in red envelopes – designated for test return only. Please return the red envelopes to the Testing Center.
*Your exam return request cannot change with each exam. Your first request will be adhered to throughout the semester.
NOTE: During the last two weeks of the semester, ALL exams must be picked up by the instructor or by his/her designee. Campus mailroom delivery will not be used. All materials not picked up by the first Thursday after Finals Week will be discarded.
Other Information for Faculty
Test Denial Forms
A Test Denial Form is given to a student who comes to the Center but is unable to complete a test due to a policy or procedural problem (e.g., arrived too late, no ID, test not available, deadline date passed). A copy of this form is mailed to the instructor.
The Testing Center adheres to the college's Student Code of Conduct and Academic Misconduct Policies. If a student does not comply with these and with Testing Center Rules and Regulations, testing may be discontinued and an Incident Report detailing the situation will be submitted to the instructor.
Students who are registered with Disability Services and require ADA accommodations may test in the Department of Disability Services. Instructors are responsible for submitting testing materials to Disability Services. Please contact staff at 614-287-2570, Ebling Hall, Room 101.