When administering an online test there are a number of important things you will need to consider. 

1. When testing online, it is important to make sure that you have considered all of the possible technical requirements. Including the type of device students might be using, your internet connection and which internet browser is most appropriate. Please also insure that all of the devices you intend to use with students are working correctly and fully charged.    

2. Choosing the most appropriate test for your learners is key. Each of the Junior Science: Thinking with Evidence tests has been designed with a year level in mind. When selecting a test it is important to consider whether the level of difficulty of the test is appropriate for the students. Tests that are too easy or too difficult will not provide precise achievement measures and could also be demotivating.

3. After choosing the most appropriate test for your learner(s) it is crucial that you become familiar with the online procedure of administering a test.  Preparation and planning is key. LOGIN to your site, Click on the subject you are testing, and activate the demo button to familiarise yourself  with the test procedure. You will also need to print student tokens so they are ready for students to use.   

4. When testing, it is recommended that classes follow a step-by-step process to ensure that everyone understands the online procedure. There are specific things you will need to consider before, during and after any online assessment. Including giving students clear and concise instructions