8If your test has no numeric response or open-ended questions follow instructions on slide 11, skip 12. If your test has numeric or open-ended response(s), skip slide 11 and follow instructions on slide 12.
20At this point, if you intend to be able to analyze the student test data that is gathered by the answer sheets of this Test Key, you must link the answers on the Test Key to the respective STAAR/TAKS Objectives and SEs that you desire to see on the ‘Analyze’ tab.
21Slides 22 through 33 provide guidance on how to attach Learning Standards, Student Expectations (SEs), and STAAR or TAKS Objectives to your Test Key answers. You may link any or all of these analysis items to your questions. If you do not intend to analyze the data, but only need a test score, you may skip slides 22 – 33.
34At this point, using the directions on slides 22 – 33, you may set whatever combination of Learning Standards, SEs, and STAAR or TAKS objectives you desire for the remainder of the questions on your Quick Test Answer Key. Once all of your questions are set the way you want, you may continue. Slides demonstrate how to add numeric response or constructed response answers to your test key. If you do not need to add these type of questions/answers skip to slide 45.
51Standard Answer Sheet on blank paper This one has questions #2 and #4 that are constructed responses. They were added at bottom and moved up into test.
52Once plain paper answer sheets are printed and the test is given Once plain paper answer sheets are printed and the test is given. The bar code at the bottom of the answer sheets allow them to be scanned in by a compatible scanner. Teachers then, online, grade any hand-scorable questions and the bubble questions are scored against the Test Key. Results are maintained in the software and are able to be analyzed, if Objectives and/or SEs were linked to questions.