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Welcome To (OLT) Student’s View. ( Student) OTL is an Automated Online Testing System that allows a student to have the convenience of taking a test via computer.

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Welcome To (OLT)

  • Student’s View

(Student) OTL is an Automated Online Testing System that allows a student to have the convenience of taking a test via computer.

The mode of taking the a test could be supervised or unsupervised. Therefore, by utilizing such a robust system the student would have more free time in which to perform other task .

Student

features
Features
  • Unix based environment
  • Easy to access online test (s)
  • Randomly generated test questions
  • Automated grading of test (s)
  • Time limit control
  • Controlled number of tries

Student

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Facts

  • OLT Test™ This system allows a student freedom to have control of his/her time schedule when it comes taking a test
  • Flexible test taking
  • Random testing
  • Test versions change after specified number of tries
  • Automated grading of test (s)
  • Selective modes of testing
    • -Verification: Immediate answer feedback (right/wrong)
    • -Tutorial: Verification provided and correct answer feedback
    • -Live: provides no feedback on individual questions
    • Note: The tutorial version will provide the student with the correct answer if an incorrect answer is provided.

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Student

benefits
Benefits
  • OLT Test System ™is unique in that it provides a student the opportunity to take test (s) that are unsupervised.
  • Reduce test anxiety
  • .Convenience of time and location.Utilize as a study guide
  • .Sampling of the different types of questions .Automated Viewing of test score

Student

constraints
Constraints
  • Student can re-take a test up to the limit set by an instructor.
  • Student has a limit to the number of test versions.
  • It records the test try in advance to prevent student from studying the test without penalty.
  • Controlled test time/ due date.

Student

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Allowed to re-enter answer if entered incorrectly

View answer entered and the correct answer

View Welcome Message

Online Test(Use Case Diagram)

View test limits

Student

Can Access / Take Online Test

View start/finish date/time

View Test Score

sample test view
Sample-Test-View
  • ------------------------------------------
  • WELCOME TO CIS4932 Test4
  • Complete before 6/7 at 8 PM
  • -------------------------------------------
  • Hit ENTER to begin test4 ...

Student

test views continued
Test Views Continued
  • Problem #1:
  • -------------------------------
  • What do the arrows on a system flow chart represent?
  • A) Flow of messages
  • B) Program dependencies
  • C) Flow of data or flow of control
  • D) Linkages
  • -------------------------------
  • Previous Answer:
  • Enter Answer [Hit ENTER to RETAIN]:

Student

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Test View Continued

Problem #1:

-------------------------------

What do the arrows on a system flow chart represent?

A) Flow of messages

B) Program dependencies

C) Flow of data or flow of control

D) Linkages

-------------------------------

Previous Answer:

Enter Answer [Hit ENTER to RETAIN]: c

-------------------------------

-- CORRECT

Hit 'R' to REPEAT / ENTER to CONTINUE ...

Student

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Test View Continued

  • Problem #2:
  • -------------------------------
  • In transform analysis, the process bubbles that are most important in the
  • transformation of the input data to the output information are called the
  • A) Central transaction
  • B) Primary transaction
  • C) Primary transform
  • D) Central transform
  • -------------------------------
  • Previous Answer:
  • Enter Answer [Hit ENTER to RETAIN]: b
  • -------------------------------
  • -- WRONG
  • CORRECT ANSWER: D
  • NOTE: '<x>|<y>|<z>' means any one of x or y or z is CORRECT.
  • Hit 'R' to REPEAT / ENTER to CONTINUE ...

Student

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Test view of when you hit ‘R’ to repeat ------------------------------

Previous Answer:

Enter Answer [Hit ENTER to RETAIN]: b

-------------------------------

-- WRONG

CORRECT ANSWER: D

NOTE: '<x>|<y>|<z>' means any one of x or y or z is CORRECT.

Hit 'R' to REPEAT / ENTER to CONTINUE ... R

Problem #2:

-------------------------------

In transform analysis, the process bubbles that are most important in the

transformation of the input data to the output information are called the

A) Central transaction

B) Primary transaction

C) Primary transform

D) Central transform

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Previous Answer: B

Enter Answer [Hit ENTER to RETAIN]:

Student

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Test Views Continued (try-limit)

#VERSIONS (times TEST5 taken) = 2

BAD NEWS -- You have taken test5 the 2 TIMES, which is more than the MAXIMUM TIMES ALLOWED (2). You can not take it anymore.

douglass.cis.famu.edu:[/serel/courses/cis4932joe/work]

This is a warning message that shows up when the student tries to exceed the maximum try limit.

Student

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Test view continued (Score)

cis4932joe test56 SCORE = 1 / 2 ( = 51 % ) started at Thu May 12 12:08:19 EDT 2005 finished at Thu May 12 12:27:41 EDT 2005

Student