Viewing and Printing Reports for Selected Records

 

 

Whenever you select more than one record on the “Record Management” page the list of selected records will appear on the “Selected” page and your screen should look similar to the one below:

 

 

As you can see, the number of selected records appears on the “Selected” tab, so that you can see how many records are selected even when the “Selected” page is not the current page:

 

 

This page is where you do all management of groups of records.  If you want to look for a specific record out of a group, or if you want to print a batch of records or a list of records you do so on this page.  For more information on how to select the exact group of records you want, see Looking Up Records.

 

 

Navigating through the List of Selected Records

 

Records on the “Selected” page are always ordered alphabetically by last name, first name, middle name and date of birth, as shown in the previous sample.  If more records are selected than can fit on the screen, the system will display only a few of the records and allow you to move forward and backward through the list.  Notice that your current position in the list of records and the total number of records selected is always displayed in the center of the header:

 

 

If you want to see records in the list that are not currently displayed, you can move forward through the list by clicking the “Next” and “End” arrows as shown below:

 

 

Likewise, you can move backward through the list by clicking the “Start” and “Previous” arrows as shown below:

 

 

 

Whenever you click one of these arrows your position in the list will “move” and the current records at your position will be shown on the screen.  Note that the “Previous” and “Next” arrows move you to the previous and next “page” of records, respectively.  The “Start” and “End” buttons move you to the front and back of the list, respectively.  Using all of these buttons together you can search through large lists to find specific records you are looking for.

 

If you want to look at an individual record that is listed on the “Selected” page you can do so by clicking anywhere on the row for that record:

 

 

Notice that the row your cursor is over will be highlighted, indicating that when you click on it the corresponding record will be selected.  In the example shown above the record for “Bradshaw, Raymond” is highlighted and ready to be selected.  When a record is selected it will appear in a new page as discussed in Viewing, Updating, and Printing Individual Records:

 

 

Notice the arrows that appear on the current record page when a group of records is selected and an individual record is being viewed:

 

 

These arrows can be used to move forward and backward one-at-a-time through the list of selected records.  In other words, clicking on these arrows will display the previous or next selected record in the list without requiring you to go back to the “Selected” page.

 

For more information on working with individual records see Viewing, Updating, and Printing Individual Records.

 

 

Adding and Removing Records From the List of Selected Records

 

When a group of records is selected you’ll see a check box to the left of each record, as shown below:

 

 

If you would like to perform some action on just some (but not all) of the selected records, you can do so by checking and un-checking these boxes.  Whenever any of the selected records are “checked” you’ll see a count of the total checked records at the top of the screen:

 

 

In the above example you can see that 3 records are checked out of the 136 that are selected.  Because there are “checked” records, when you perform any action such as printing only the checked records will be included.  In the above example you could see this by printing any report such as Mailing Labels (Avery 5160) (ESF):

 

 

As you can see, only the checked records have been included out of all the selected records.  If no records are checked then performing any action such as printing will include all records.  You can use this method to generate reports or download records for only the individuals in a list that you want and leave out individuals that you don’t need.

 

 

Selecting or Clearing All Records

 

As discussed above you can add or remove individual records from the list of selected records using the check boxes that appear to the left of each name.  Additionally, you can check or un-check all records at once by clicking the check box that appears at the top of the list in the header:

 

 

Clicking this box once will cause all records to be checked:

 

 

This can be helpful if—for example—you want to include all of the records in a report except a few individuals.  Clicking this will check all of the records at once.  You can then un-check the boxes for just those individuals you don’t want.

 

Clicking the box a second time (when it is checked) will clear all of the checks:

 

 

This can be helpful if you want to clear all of the checked records quickly. 

 

 

Printing Reports for Selected Records

 

Before attempting to print records, please make sure that you have followed the steps in Setting Up Your Computer to Print Reports.

 

In the course of using the system you are going to want to print out lists and other reports for selected records.  This is always done on the “Selected” page.  To print a list or a batch of reports you need to first select the records as a group that you want to print and get them displayed on the “Selected” page. For example, a common requirement is to select all of the records that were scanned in a batch and print reports for them.  In this example, if you have just scanned a group of sheets they will automatically appear on the “Selected” page and you will not need to do anything further.  However, if you need to go back and work with a previous Scan Batch you will need to first select the records for the Batch.  See Selecting Groups of Records by Batch or Status for information on selecting records by batch, or Looking Up Records for more general information.

 

Once the records you want to print are selected and displayed on the “Selected” page, printing them is very easy.  Notice the “Print” button and menus in the header:

 

 

There are two drop-down menus:  The first allows you to select the language of the report, while the second allows you to select which report you want.  The system supports all the languages in which the GED test is available, currently English, Spanish, and French.  All reports are available in English, but only selected reports are available in Spanish or French.  More information on reports and the languages available can be found in Available Reports.

 

If you choose English as the language in the first menu, the second menu will contain a list of all the reports that are available for groups of records.  Among these will be historical reports, lists, summaries, mailing labels and other reports.  We recommend that you experiment with each of them so you can see what each report does and how it can be used.  You can find more detail on each available report in the Available Reports section.

 

When you have selected a report language on the first menu and the report you want to print on the second menu, click the “Print” button next to it.  The system will generate a report for all of the selected records and send it over the Internet to your computer.  The report will automatically be displayed in a separate Adobe Reader™ window similar to the following:

 

 

Some reports require additional information that will come up first.  For example, Mailing Labels (Avery 5160) (ESF) requires you to provide the label start position as shown below:

 

 

For these reports just change the information as desired or accept the defaults and click the “Print” button that appears in the window to bring the report up in Adobe Reader™:

 

 

Once the report is displayed in Adobe Reader™ it may print automatically or bring up the “Print” window automatically depending on how you have set up your printing defaults.  See Automatic PDF Printing for more information on these options.

 

If the report pops up but does not display the “Print” window or print on your printer automatically, you can print it on your printer by clicking the “Printer” icon or choose the “File” menu and select the “Print” option.  You can find more detailed information on printing in the Printing with the Adobe Reader™ section.

 

If you are printing transcript or diplomas that require pre-printed blank documents, make sure you load them into the printer’s paper tray before printing.  If you are printing transcripts, diplomas, mailing labels, or other reports that require precision and you experience problems with alignment, please see the What to do if Your Reports Don’t Line Up section.

 

 

Downloading Records

 

If your account has high-enough access you can download complete or partial copies of examinee records.  This can be useful if you want to import the data into your own database, or if you’d like to use the features of other computer programs such as the mail merge feature of word processors.

 

Before downloading records you will need to identify the records you want and select them using the techniques discussed in Looking Up Records.  Once you have the records you want shown on the “Selected” page, click the “Download” menu to see the download options available to you:

 

 

Once you’ve chosen a download file option a separate window will pop up and you will be prompted to “Open” or “Save” the information:

 

 

Typically you will want to choose the “Save” option so that the information is saved as a file on your computer.  You can then open the file and work with the information using external programs.

 

This covers the basics of downloading records.  How to use information once you have downloaded it is beyond the scope of these instructions.  See the sections below for further information on each of the available download options.

 

 

Complete Record (NRSpro.com XML)

 

This option is available to users with a record access Level 14 – Download Records or higher.  It provides nearly all of the recorded information on each record in an XML (eXtensible Markup Language) format.  It uses a custom XML schema created by NRSpro.com

 

 

Personal Information (Excel HTML)

 

This option is available to users with a record access level of Level 2 – Read, Print or higher.  It provides just the basic personal information (ID Number, name, birth date, gender, race) for each record in an HTML format compatible with recent versions of Microsoft Excel™.

 

 

Contact Information (Excel HTML)

 

This option is available to users with a record access level of Level 2 – Read, Print or higher.  It provides just the contact information (name, address, phone, etc) for each record in an HTML format compatible with recent versions of Microsoft Excel™.

 

 

Contact Information (Tab-Delimited)

 

This option is available to users with a record access level of Level 2 – Read, Print or higher.  It provides just the contact information (name, address, phone, etc) for each record in a tab-delimited text format compatible with most data-management applications.

 

 

Best Scores List (Excel HTML)

 

This option is available to users with a record access Level 9 – Change Center Information or higher.  It provides the ID Number, full name, and best set of scores for each record in an HTML format compatible with recent versions of Microsoft Excel™.

 

 

Merging Records

 

Occasionally for various reasons a student will have more than one record in the system.  For example, if the student does not report an out-of-state record to the Examiner before testing this may result in a duplicated record in the system when the Examiner creates a new record and administers the tests.  Examiners should make every effort to avoid creating duplicate records, but when it happens the following procedure can be used to merge the two records into one:

 

First, look up the examinee by name in such a way that both records will be selected as described in Looking Up Individual Records.  If the examinee’s name has not changed then just select all records with the same last name and first name.  Usually this is all you will need to do, although in special cases you may need to do a search on only the first name or a portion of the last name and first name depending on the circumstances.  If you are unable to do a search by name which brings up both duplicate records for the same student, you can use the alternate method for merging discussed in How to Merge Duplicate Records for the Same Examinee.

 

Make sure that only two duplicated records are listed on the Selected page.  If more than two records are listed, put a check mark in the boxes next to the two records you wish to merge as shown here:

 

 

Once the two records to be merged are selected, click the “Tools” menu and select the “Merge Records” option. 

 

 

To successfully merge two records, both records must contain matching personal information.  For example, the name and birth date need to closely match or the system will not permit the records to be merged.  You must also have high-enough access to merge records.  You may not be permitted to merge records if you do not have testing-center access to one of the records.

 

When the merge occurs the system will automatically merge both records so that all information is preserved from both duplicate records.  The system will ask you to resolve any conflicts, such as with the name or mailing address.  Once you have chosen the correct information the newly-merged record will appear.

 

 

Available Reports

 

Anything that can be printed by the system is referred to as a “report”, including transcripts, diplomas, and letters as well as lists, summaries, and statistical reports.  This section provides a brief description of the reports available.  All reports are available in English.  Some reports are also available in Spanish or French.  The abbreviations next to the report title indicate what languages are available for it, so a report with (ESF) in the title is available in English, Spanish, and French.  Likewise, (E) would indicate a report available only in English.

 

There are four types of reports:  Individual Reports, Lists, Statistics, and Answer Sheets.  Report lists are sorted and color-coded by type as in the sample list below:

 

 

The color-coding makes it easier to locate a specific report.  You may see more reports on your list than are listed here; those reports are most likely specific to your state or province and are not documented here.  See the following sections for more specific information on each report.

 

 

Individual Reports

 

Individual reports are reports intended for a single individual, such as a transcript or unofficial test history.  Individual reports are always in the first group of report lists:

 

 

Further information on specific individual reports can be found in the following sections.

 

 

Registration Instructions (E)

 

This report provides all the information a student needs in order to use Online Registration, including their personal Access Code and the address of the web site.  This report is only available for records that have not already completed registration in some form.

 

This report is most-commonly made available by using Pre-Registration to create a record for a new student.  At that point this report can be printed and given to the student to allow them to complete Online Registration on their own.

 

 

eTranscript (ESF)

 

This report is an alternate official transcript with can be printed on plain paper.  It replaces both the Official 2002 Transcript (ESF) and the Official 1988 Transcript (E).  “eTranscript” is short for “Electronic Transcript”, because it can be delivered electronically via the web, email, or by fax.  The security features of this transcript enable it to be printed on plain white paper without signatures, seals, or other security-oriented devices.  Thus it is acceptable to send copies of the transcript by fax or email and the copies received are still considered “official”.

 

The eTranscript can be delivered directly to examinees via the web if they registered before testing online or if they receive their Access Code.  See Online Examinee Access to Transcripts and Providing the Access Code for Examinees that Don’t Register Online.  If this is done, it is redundant for the testing center to provide a printed copy of the eTranscript.

 

However, the eTranscript can also be printed and used as a regular transcript for distribution to examinees by hand or mail.

 

 

Official 2002 Transcript (ESF)

 

This report is the Official GED Testing Service transcript and prints on blank Form 30 forms available through them.  It replaces the older Form 30 used with previous versions of the test.  The eTranscript (ESF) is a superior alternative that does not require special forms, so you might consider using it instead.

 

If you are experiencing alignment problems with this report, please see What to do if Your Reports Don’t Line Up.

 

 

Official 1988 Transcript (E)

 

This report was the official GED Testing Service transcript and prints on older blank Form 30 forms available through them.  It is present in the system so official transcripts can be generated for archived records.  The eTranscript (ESF) is a superior alternative that does not require special forms, so you might consider using it instead.

 

If you are experiencing alignment problems with this report, please see What to do if Your Reports Don’t Line Up.

 

 

Examinee Test History (ESF)

 

This report is an unofficial report of an examinee’s complete testing history.  It is intended as a report that can be given to the examinee at any time, and includes the Access Code and web address needed to view scores online.  See Online Examinee Access to Scores.

 

The “Reported to:” section of this report is based on the “Reporting Address” in each examinee’s record.  This address is optional; you do not need to fill it in for each examinee, although it will appear on this report if it is completed.

 

The testing center’s contact information also appears on this report.  To update the information shown, see Viewing and Updating a Center’s Information.

 

 

Secure Test History (ESF)

 

This report is identical to the Examinee Test History (ESF), except that it does not include the Access Code or web address needed to view the scores online.  It is referred to as “Secure” because it protects access to the examinee’s scores online.

 

This report is intended as an unofficial report of an examinee’s complete testing history which can be given to anyone who has the right to view the examinee’s current scores but should not be given access to future scores by means of the Access Code.  See Online Examinee Access to Scores.

 

 

Lists

 

Lists are reports that list multiple individuals, such as mailing labels or rosters.  List reports are always in the second group of report lists:

 

 

You can provide your own title for any list report with the exception of labels.  When you click the “Print” button a new window will appear with the default report title.  You can change this title to anything you want:

 

 

When you click the “Print” button in this window the report will be printed with the selected title.  This feature is useful because it allows you to add date ranges or other significant information to the report.  Further information on specific list reports can be found in the following sections.

 

 

Mailing Labels (Avery 5160) (ESF)

 

This report prints mailing labels 30-to-a-page on standard Avery 5160 mailing label sheets.  These sheets can be purchased at most office supply stores.

 

When you print this report you will have an opportunity to select the “Label Start Position”.  By default this is set to “Column 1, Row 1” or the label in the upper left-hand corner of the sheet.  You can use this feature to start the printing on a different label if you have a partially-used label sheet you want to use.

 

If you are experiencing alignment problems with this report, please see What to do if Your Reports Don’t Line Up.

 

 

Envelope Window Label Sheet (ESF)

 

This report prints a single label at the bottom of an 8 ˝ x 11 inch sheet.  The label is positioned to be seen through the window of standard #10 4 1/8” x 9 ˝” office-supply window envelopes with the window positioned on the left side of the envelope front.

 

You can print the label on a blank piece of paper, or you can print it on the back of another report such as the Examinee Test History (ESF) or Secure Test History (ESF).  The piece of paper can then be folded in thirds so that the label will show through the envelope window.

 

 

Access Code Labels (ESF)

 

This report uses the same Avery 5160 mailing label sheets as the Mailing Labels (Avery 5160) (ESF) report.  It prints each examinee’s name and Access Code on a label along with the web address needed to view their report online.  This could be used as an easy way to communicate the Access Code to examinees that did not register online.  See Online Examinee Access to Scores and Providing the Access Code for Examinees that Don’t Register Online for more information.

 

When you print this report you will have an opportunity to select the “Label Start Position”.  By default this is set to “Column 1, Row 1” or the label in the upper left-hand corner of the sheet.  You can use this feature to start the printing on a different label if you have a partially-used label sheet you want to use.

 

If you are experiencing alignment problems with this report, please see What to do if Your Reports Don’t Line Up.

 

 

Student Contact List (E)

 

This is a basic report that lists the examinee name and ID Number along with all available contact information for each selected record, including street address, phone numbers, and email address.

 

 

Student Name List (E)

 

This is a basic numbered list report that prints the examinee’s full name for each selected record.

 

 

Student Name and ID List (E)

 

This report is identical to the Examinee Name List (E) report, except that it adds the ID Number for each selected record.

 

 

Testing History List (E)

 

This report is a compact summary of the complete testing history of each selected record.  It includes the examinee’s full name and ID Number, as well as the Total Score, Average Score, and testing status.  Each test record is enumerated for each testing date, version, language, and form of the test, with the most recent tests at the top of the list and the oldest tests at the bottom of the list.  The highest scores in each sub-test column are shown in bold.

 

 

High Score List (E)

 

This report is a still-more-compact version of the Testing History List (E).  It eliminates the Total Score and Average Score and break-downs by test language and test version.  For each selected record it includes only the highest score and testing date for each sub-test.

 

 

Student School List (E)

 

This report lists the selected records in alphabetical order by the last school attended based on the NCES Code in the record.  It includes the NCES Code, School Name, ID Number, Examinee’s Full Name, Birth Date, Age, Gender, Last Year Attended, and the Date of any GED credential issued.

 

This report is used in some jurisdictions to assist in identifying students that dropped out of school and later completed the GED.

 

 

Student Completion List (E)

 

This report is a numbered list for each selected record, including the examinee’s full name, ID Number, “Registration” date (or date their demographic record was entered), the date of first testing, and the “Completion” date, or the date the last test of the test battery was taken.

 

 

Statistics

 

Statistical reports are reports that compile data on groups of individuals and present this data in numerical or graphical form.  Statistical reports are always in the third group of report lists:

 

 

You can provide your own title for any statistical report.  When you click the “Print” button a new window will appear with the default report title.  You can change this title to anything you want:

 

 

When you click the “Print” button in this window the report will be printed with the selected title.  This feature is useful because it allows you to add date ranges or other significant information to the report.  Further information on specific statistical reports can be found in the following sections.

 

 

Demographic Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the demographic information.  A statistical analysis is provided for each item on the official Demographic form.

 

 

Test/Retest Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the number of first-time tests and re-tests for each of the sub-tests of the GED battery.  Counts are provided based on the selected records and additional information provided before the report is generated.  This report is slightly different from other reports because it requires additional information before it can be generated.  When you select this report, a window will appear requesting four additional criteria for generating the report:

 

 

An explanation of each of the four criteria follows:

 

1.      Location – Depending on access, this can be set to a Jurisdiction (State or Province), or an individual Testing Center.  Only records belonging to the location selected will be included in the report.

If you select a state or province as the location, the report will include the overall statistics for the jurisdiction as well as the sub-statistics for each Testing Center in the jurisdiction.  The Testing Centers will be in order of testing volume, from highest to lowest.  If there are Testing Centers with active Addendum Sites, the report will conclude with an additional sub-report for each of those Testing Centers and sub-statistics for each of the Addendum Sites ordered by testing volume from highest to lowest.

If you select a Testing Center as the location, the report will include the overall statistics for the Testing Center as well as the sub-statistics for each Addendum Site belonging to the Testing Center.  The Addendum Sites will be in order of testing volume, from highest to lowest.

2.      Date Range – Several common date ranges are included on the list.  You can select one of the provided date ranges, or you can type in your own specific starting and ending dates where it says “Custom Date Range”.  The report will only include sub-tests dated within the provided range.  If a student has taken other tests on dates outside the given range, those tests will not be included on the report.

3.      Dates Used – This check box determines whether the report uses the Testing Date of each sub-test, or the Scan/Fax Date.  The default is to leave the check box blank, meaning the Testing Date will be used.

The Testing Date is the date entered into the test record as the date the test was taken.  Because this date can be edited or corrected it can change over time.  Generally you want to use this date for reports, but you can expect that reports for the same period may vary slightly depending on when they are generated.

The Scan/Fax Date is the date the test record was entered into the system by scanning or faxing the test answer sheet.  This date can’t be changed and is usually shortly after the Testing Date.  You should use this date if you need to generate reports for billing purposes because the results will remain more consistent over time.

4.      Report Title – This is the title you want printed on the report.  The title will be updated automatically as you enter the previous three criteria.  If you want to make changes to the title provided you should do so last.

 

Once you have selected all the criteria you want to apply to this report, click the “Print” button at the bottom of the window to generate it.

 

Generating this report for Selected Records allows you to get Test/Retest statistics for special populations as discussed in Selecting Groups of Records by Other Criteria.  If you just want to generate the report for your jurisdiction or Testing Center for a given date range, the easiest way is to select it from the “Print” menu on the Record Management page:

 

 

You can then enter the criteria for this report and generate it as discussed above without needing to select records in advance.

 

 

Language/Form Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the testing version, language, and form.  It also includes overall passing rates as well as passing rates on each sub-test and test form.

 

It can be used to analyze how examinees perform on each of the sub-tests as well as whether test forms are being properly rotated during test administration.

 

 

State/County Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the state and county of residence reported by examinees.  It includes overall passing rates and testing totals as well as passing rates and totals by county.

 

 

State/City Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the state and city of residence reported by examinees.  It includes overall passing rates and testing totals as well as passing rates and totals by city.

 

 

State/District Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the state and school district reported by examinees via the NCES code or last school attended.  It includes overall passing rates and testing totals as well as passing rates and totals by school district.

 

 

District/School Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the school district and individual school reported by examinees via the NCES code or last school attended.  It includes overall passing rates and testing totals as well as passing rates and totals by school.

 

 

State/Inst. Center Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the state and Instruction Center reported by examinees via the Instruction Center code, or as reported directly by Instruction Centers.  It includes overall passing rates and testing totals as well as passing rates and totals by Instruction Center.

 

 

State/Center Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the state and addendum site(s) at which examinees tested.  It includes overall passing rates and testing totals as well as passing rates and totals by testing center.

 

 

State/Addendum Site Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the state and testing center at which examinees tested.  It includes overall passing rates and testing totals as well as passing rates and totals by testing center.

 

This report is useful for comparing testing volumes for the individual addendum sites across a state or province.

 

 

Center/Addendum Site Statistics (E)

 

This report provides statistics on the selected records based on the state and testing center at which examinees tested.  It includes overall passing rates and testing totals as well as passing rates and totals by testing center.

 

This report is useful for comparing testing volumes at individual addendum sites within each testing center in a state or province.

 

 

Score Distribution Statistics (E)

 

This report provides a score distribution graph showing how groups of students performed for each test language, subject, and optionally test form.  It can show the distribution of all scores for the group, only the scores of tests taken for the first time in each subject, or only the scores of tests taken as re-tests.  Counts are provided based on the selected records and additional information provided before the report is generated.  This report is slightly different from other reports because it requires additional information before it can be generated.  When you select this report, a window will appear requesting four additional criteria for generating the report:

 

 

An explanation of each of the four criteria follows:

 

1.      Show Only Tests Taken in Date Range – This determines the date range of scores that will be included in the score distribution graphs on the report.  If you provide a date range here, any tests outside of the date range will not be included on the report.  If you leave the date range blank, all the tests in each student’s record will be included.  That means the report will include graphs for all test versions represented by the selected students, including past versions of the GED.  Under normal circumstances, you probably want to include a date range to limit the scope of the report to the information you’re interested in.

2.      First-Time and Re-Test Options – The three options shown here determine what kinds of tests will be included in the score distribution graphs.  The default is to see only tests taken for the first time in each subject.  You might use the “Show Only Re-Tests” option if you want to see how re-testers perform compared to first-time testers.  And you can also see all scores together (first-time tests and re-tests) by selecting the last option.

3.      Test Form Statistics – Check this box if you want to see score distribution graphs for each test form within each subject.  One reason you might want to do this is to investigate whether a specific test form has been compromised.  For example, a radical change in the score distribution for a particular test form after a test booklet is lost might indicate that the booklet is being used for cheating.

4.      Report Title – This is the title you want printed on the report.  The title will be updated automatically as you enter the previous three criteria.  If you want to make changes to the title provided you should do so last.

 

Once you have selected all the criteria you want to apply to this report, click the “Print” button at the bottom of the window to generate it.

 

 

 

Answer Sheets

 

Answer Sheet reports print the actual answer sheets for students to use when taking the tests.  Answer Sheets are always in the last group of report lists:

 

 

Further information on specific answer sheet reports can be found in the following sections.

 

 

All Answer Sheets (ESF)

 

This report generates a complete set of pre-filled answer sheet forms for the selected records.  This set will include Demographics (ESF) if applicable, and all five sub-tests in the GED battery.  These forms are then completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.

 

 

Demographics (ESF)

 

This report generates pre-filled demographic forms for the selected records.  These forms are then completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.

 

 

Name/Address Change (ES)

 

This report generates pre-filled Name and Address Change forms for the selected records.  These forms can be completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  They are used in situations where an examinee already has a record in the system and needs to update their name and/or address.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.

 

 

Options Authorization (E)

 

This report generates pre-filled Options Authorization forms for the selected records.  These forms are then completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.

 

 

Accommodations (E)

 

This report generates pre-filled Accommodations forms for the selected records.  These forms are then completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.

 

 

Writing Test (ESF)

 

This report generates pre-filled Writing Test forms for the selected records.  These forms are then completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.

 

 

Combined Tests (ESF)

 

This report generates pre-filled “combined test” forms (Science, Social Studies, Reading) for the selected records.  These forms are then completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.

 

 

Mathematics Test (ESF)

 

This report generates pre-filled Mathematics Test forms for the selected records.  These forms are then completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.

 

 

ESL Test (E)

 

This report generates pre-filled ESL Test (English as a Second Language) forms for the selected records.  These forms are then completed by examinees and processed as answer sheets.  See Printing Answer Sheets for Mailing, Scanning, or Faxing and Sending Answer Sheets with a Scanner or Fax Machine.