If you're new to using ExamSoft, we recommend that you become familiar with the student exam experience. Taking a practice exam will allow you to understand what your students will see, understand the various assessment options when building an exam, and help you provide support and guidance to your students on exam day.
Step 1: If you haven't already, create a practice course (i.e. ExamSoft101) for creating and/or posting mock assessments as you learn the ins and outs of ExamSoft.
Step 2: Create a student account for yourself using a different e-mail from your admin account (you'll use this for logging into Examplify to take your mock exam!).
Step 3: Add your student account to your practice course.
4a. Add a question level attachment to Question #5.
Step 5: Create a new assessment using the questions imported from the above file.
5a. Add an exam level attachment to your assessment.
Step 6: Review all Assessment Options and select the options that will reflect your desired exam settings for the upcoming semester.
Step 7: Review all Post Assessment Settings and select the options that will reflect your desired exam settings for the upcoming semester.
Tip: You can increase your Max Downloads in the Proctoring tab to keep practicing!
Step 8: Post the practice assessment to yourself.
Tip: Don't forget your exam password!
Step 9: Download Examplify (student testing application) to your device.
Step 10: Login to Examplify using the student account you created. Download and take your practice quiz!