This tutorial will show you how to create an assessment for students who need a different time allowance for a test than the rest of the class. The most common scenario is for a student or students who have registered with the Accessibility Resource Center and have requested that they be given extra time to take a test.
1. Edit the Test Options
In order to use the Test Availability Exceptions tool, your test must be deployed in a content area first so you can view and edit the test options. Once this is done, locate the test inside the course and edit the test options using the dropdown menu.
2. Add a user or group exception
Scroll down to the test options, titled “Test Availability Exceptions”. Click on the option “Add User or Group”.
3. Select the specific student(s) or groups
Here you will see the names of your students in a list – click the checkbox next to the name of the student(s) or group in question. You can also use the search field towards the top to look for a specific name. Click “submit” at the bottom of the page once you are done.
4. Describe the exception
At this point you are able to edit options such as number of attempts, date availability, timer, auto submit, and force completion. In order to allow the student in question extra time for the test, edit the date availability. Again, these options count as exceptions to the test options set for the rest of the students in the course.
Please keep in mind that TLP does not recommend you use the Force Completion option due to the problems it causes with half-finished tests. Read more.