Examination Based on Scannable Answer Sheets
- 1.What is a scannable answer sheet?
The teacher can use the e-learning agenda ROPOTS to prepare the written exam. It builds and prints typically different assignments (it can include different questions, shuffle the order of questions, and shuffle the order of answers offered for checking). Your task is to fill in the answer sheet during the test so that it can be scanned and automatically recognized and then evaluated (score points). At the exam you will receive a test assignment and a scannable answer sheet from the teacher.
Scannable answer sheet looks something like this:
- 2.How to fill in the answer sheet correctly?
Preferably using a distinctive pencil, ballpoint pen, felt-tip pen. The answer sheet cannot be crossed out, only gently erased. It is not allowed to use bleach.
Name, date, subject are not recognized and therefore filled in as usual. It is necessary to fill in the assignment number and učo very carefully. When completing them, it is important to consistently follow the shape of the (digital) digits according to the given pattern. Enter the assignment number from the assigned assignment. If there are fewer numbers, leave spaces to the left or right.
A properly filled header looks like this:
The most common errors when filling in:
Do not fill in the numbers "hollowly":
Do not fill numbers in normal font, use patterns:
Do not separate thousands with a space:
Follow the pattern of numbers and guide marks exactly (numbers 1 and 7 are filled in incorrectly) The numbers 4, 5 and 6 are missing the upper lines:
Fill in the numbers strongly enough:
Do not add 0 before or after the entry number and your apprentice if the data has fewer digits:
Responses are indicated by a horizontal line, evenly throughout the answer sheet. The teacher will not take into account possible complaints of “erroneously” recognized unusually ticked answers, as it may be a fraud attempt (“I will try, and if I do well, I will complain”).
Correctly filled in answers:
The most common mistakes when filling in answers:
Do not fill the entire square, just a comma between the guide marks:
Do not fill in crosses, just a comma between the guide marks:
Do not fill out the answers simply by drawing an outline:
Mark the answer clearly:
Mark responses evenly:
If the test allows only one correct answer, mark only one answer in the answer sheet at the appropriate question number. Marking more than one response for this type of test can again be taken as an attempted fraud:
If you make a mistake in the answer sheet, do not cross out the wrong answer and use the correction fields.
- 3.I made a mistake on the answer sheet!
When working with a pencil, rub it gently. If you cannot erase, use the repair option located at the bottom of the form, if available for that type of form. This allows you to correct up to three errors. If you exceed this number, request a new response sheet from the supervisor and rewrite the data (tear up the old answer sheet to avoid confusion).
1 Correctly filled correction fields in the answer sheet.
When correcting, please carefully fill in the number of the question you made the mistake with. Follow the shape of the digits as shown in the header of the scan sheet. Then fill in the correct answer. If you want to correct this correction answer, type the question number and correct answer in the next correction field to the right (for example, question 13 has been corrected to "a" and then to "b" - therefore, "b" will be accepted when evaluating the test) .
- 4.Where can I see the scanned and recognized response sheets?
Here:The Information System Student [course] Answer sheets
Nebo:The Information System Student Teaching Answer sheets
In either case, you will only see the „Answer sheets“ link after you have scanned the sheets for a course.
There is both a graphic file with a scanned sheet (potential recognition problems are highlighted in red) and a text file showing how responses were recognized. It looks like this:
1. null *0 2. null *0 3. c nok *-1 4. null *0 5. null *0 6. null *0 7. null *0 8. null *0 9. a nok *-1 10. null *0 11. null *0
The word "null" means that no answer was found on the answer sheet line. The letters a-f indicate a checked answer. The "ok" and "nok" marks indicate whether the checked answer has been evaluated as correct or not. The numbers indicate the number of points earned. For example, the above entry means that the recognition program found the answer for question number 3 (ticked answer "c") and for question number 9 (answer "a"). Both answers are wrong and the student received -1 point for each wrong answer.
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