CAT supportsite: Digital assessment with Remindo

Test blueprints

Blueprint: configuring the caesura

The caesura is the cut-off point between a passing and a failing grade. On any exam, a determination must be made of how many points a student must attain to be assigned a passing grade: A student with [X] points gets a 5.5, or: A student scoring [X%] of the available points gets a 5.5.

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Blueprint: Negate guessing

Please note! The ‘Negate guessing’ option in Remindo is as standard put on enabled, since 19 August 2019. The page below is temporarily not updated after the change of this particular setting. A delayal in updating also applies to step 4 on this supportpage. We strive to update the page as soon as possible. Please bear the…

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Which type of blueprint do I need: Practice, Graded practice or Exam?

When you implement digital assessment and start making new blueprints, you will be required to select a ‘type’ of blueprint. Your options are: ‘Practice’, ‘Graded practice’ and ‘Exam’*. Some teaching methods and learning objectives work well with an ‘Exam’, others are a better match for ‘Practice’ or ‘Graded practice’. The table below will offer some…

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PDF file from exam

Creating a PDF file Remindo can create a PDF of your exam, which you will then be able to download. Here is how to do that: Log in to Admin view and select the ‘Tests’ tile (or tab if you were already logged in). Select your blueprint and click on the ‘PDF’ tab. Select ‘Generate…

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Blueprint: save and activate in student view

When you have added all of your questions to the blueprint and are happy with the way the settings are configured, you can save the blueprint and activate it for use in student view. In student view, you can schedule the exam and configure correction settings for open questions. In addition, you can also test…

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Blueprint: Add roadmap

Write a roadmap for your exam when you want to, for instance: have students complete one section of a question before they can start the next one, then prevent them from returning to earlier sections. have students choose which sections of a question they answer, only letting them answer two out of three sections, for…

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