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FutureStarrHow to Save a Test on Blackboard and Resume Later FROM
There are so many things you need to do at the right time. Some might say it’s nearly impossible. Whether you are just beginning your college career or are transitioning, technology plays a big role in your life. So, how do you get it all done and successfully?
Your instructor may require a 6-digit access code. Instructors issue the access codes, but they might have another person, such as a proctor, deliver the codes. After you type the code, you can open the test. You can use the code to resume a test you saved. You don't need the code to view your grades and feedback posted by your instructor. If your instructor changes the code between attempts, you'll need to ask for it again.
In some instances, you might be given a test that does not use the Test Timer or the Forced Completion settings. If this is the case, make sure you’ve saved your answers before closing the test window and do not click the ‘Submit’ button before you are done answering questions and ready to turn in your attempt for grading. Be sure you’ve finished answering questions before the due date for the test. (Source: ualr.edu)
If your instructor added a time limit, it appears alongside other test details on the Course Content page. You'll also see the time limit on the test's Details & Information panel and within the test, as you work. You'll see Start attempt instead of View assessment. When you select Start attempt, you'll receive a pop-up window to start the timer before you can access the test. If you're not ready to start, select Cancel. After you start, the test auto-submits when time is up.
You will not receive an email receipt when you submit a test. You will see a submission screen with details of your submission directly after you submit the test. Take a photo or screenshot of this screen. You can use this as proof that you completed the test. You will not be sent an email confirmation. If the test is still available on Blackboard, you can select the link to the test to view the details of your attempts. (Source: elearn.southampton.ac.uk)