Decisions: Tests

Optimize how you view and manage test scores with the Tests feature, enabling efficient assessments.

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Written by Michael Stephenson
Updated over a week ago

Overview

The Tests feature enables you to specify the order and thresholds for tests required for your applications. This tool is instrumental in quickly accessing a student's test scores directly in the decision header and card. Scores are displayed in colors corresponding to predefined score ranges, enhancing visual recognition and assessment.

Leverage test evaluations within your Intelligent Admissions rules to automate decision-making processes, making your admissions workflow more efficient and consistent.

Accessing Tests

  1. Navigate to Applications > Decisions > Decision Settings.

  2. Click on the Tests tab.
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  3. On the left-hand side, you will see a list of your applications. If you have multiple applications, clicking the application name lets you view the test configurations for that specific application.


Editing Thresholds

  1. Navigate to Applications > Decisions > Decision Settings.

  2. Click on the Tests tab.

  3. Locate the test for which you wish to edit the thresholds.

  4. Click the pencil icon at the end of the row.

  5. Adjust the score thresholds to meet your needs. Note that Element451 sets the minimum and maximum scores and cannot be changed.

  6. When you're finished, click Done.
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Reordering Tests

  1. Navigate to Applications > Decisions > Decision Settings.

  2. Click on the Tests tab.

  3. Locate the test for which you wish to relocate.

  4. Drag and drop the row to the desired location in the test list using the double-sided arrow to the left of the test name.


Display Configurations

Show on Card

  • The 'Show on Card' setting has been turned off, and although still visible in the UI, it no longer has any effect.

Show in Header

  • Enabling 'Show in Header' places the test score(s) in the decision header, as illustrated in the screenshot below. The score's color is based on the range in which it falls (low, average, high).
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