Assessments

Creating an assessment
Overview Assessments are one of the key features of Membean, and allow you to test your students on the words they've learned. This article will show you how to create an assessment. We recommend that your students train consiste...
Scheduling an assessment
Overview While it's easy to generate an assessment on the spot, you may wish to schedule assessments for later dates. This is beneficial, because it means that you don't have to log-in to your teacher dashboard to issue an as...
Editing scheduled assessments
Overview After scheduling assessments, you may need to edit them. This article will walk you through the steps of editing scheduled assessments. New assessment features, like release of multi-choice questions, will not impact or chang...
Forcing an assessment
Overview A student who doesn't study or has long periods of inactivity will not be ready to take an assessment. However, classroom pragmatics sometimes make it necessary to administer an assessment. We suggest that teachers interv...
Viewing completed assessments
Overview If you are issuing assessments to your students, you will need to be able to access the results in order to collect the scores. This article will explain how to do this. Step 1: The Class Assessments Tab Click on the class y...
Reissuing an assessment
Overview At some point, you may need to reissue an assessment for a student. Various reasons can prompt a reissue: an assessment was marked as suspicious, the student missed the 24-hour assessment window, or the student was absent. Thi...
Creating a printable offline assessment
Overview In rare cases, you may need to create a printable offline assessment. Printable assessments should be used in special circumstances since Membean Adaptive Reinforcement Engine will be unaware of student performance on these as...
Studying for assessments
Overview Since our assessments are custom-tailored, students only need to do their regular training to prepare for an assessment. There is no additional assessment preparation necessary. Quiz-Ready Words Students will only be assesse...
Quiz-ready words
Overview A student must know a word relatively well for it to be considered ready for an assessment. This article will explain the metrics we use to consider a word quiz-ready. IKT (I Know This) words are always considered quiz-ready....
Suspicious assessments
Overview An assessment can be marked as "suspicious" if the student reloads an assessment after it has been started, or if the anti-cheating flag is checked and students navigate to a different window while taking their quiz....
Membean's anti-cheat option for assessments
Overview Membean has an optional anti-cheat option that you can enable for student assessments. This prevents students from tabbing out of the assessment, or refreshing the page to extend their time. If they do either of these things, ...
Read-aloud options for assessments
Overview Some students require assessments to be read-aloud due to Individual Education Plans and other required testing accommodations. While Membean does not provide audio for assessments, you can enable highlighting on the quizzes s...
Multi-correct sentence multiple choice questions
Overview Multi-correct sentence questions are available for both middle and high school classes. This article will show you what these questions look like, and how you can incorporate them into your assessments. Multi-correct sentence...
Deleting a student's assessment
Overview You may run into a situation that requires you to delete a single student assessment. Teachers may do this to prevent an absent student from taking the assessment at home. Teachers can then reissue the assessment at a later da...
Checking if students are assessment-ready
Overview When creating an assessment, you can view which students have enough quiz-ready words in their training to be prepared for the assessment. This article will show you how to access the list of students who are prepared, as well...