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I have a paper test I want my students to take. How can I use Edulastic to get data?


There are a few different ways you can go about using a paper test and Edulastic together to get the standards-based reporting our users love.

  1. Snapquiz- SnapQuiz is like a bridge between paper and pencil assignments and digital assignments. It allows you to upload an assessment in PDF form into Edulastic and “add” Edulastic’s digital questions on top of the picture of your assignment.
  2. Answer Only Assessment- This is still a part of Snapquiz, however, you can do an answer only assessment in which all you do is add the correct answers and standards, no uploading necessary. Without using the bubble sheet below, you will need to manually grade the assessment or have students login and input their answers.
  3. Answer Only Assessment w/ Bubble Sheet ($)- As a premium user, you can use the same steps as above but print out a bubble sheet that students can fill in. You can scan this bubble sheet using the Snapscore app on your phone. This will automatically grade and input students answers giving you the great data without the students ever logging in!


In this article, we are going to look at method 2 (and partially method 3).

To start, find the gray navigation bar and choose Assessments.




Next, click the New Assessment button at the top right of the screen.




Choose Upload PDF under the SnapQuiz option.




In the upper left corner of this screen, make sure to title your assessment. Then, click Continue With Blank to create an answer only assessment.




Choose the appropriate question type and click anywhere in the blank area to add a question. Select or type in the correct answer and click accept. After adding the necessary question/answers, click review at the top right.




Now, select the correct standard(s) for the questions you want. If you have more than one question with the same standard, click the boxes next to each question and select Add Standards to selected. Finally, click publish or assign and follow normal assigning steps.




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