FAQs for Test Administrators
How do I place an order?
Please contact us at email@example.com or call 0207 010 2861.
Do you have practice tests?
If you would like your test takers to prepare for taking a Versant test, they can listen to a sample call on our website: www.versanttest.co.uk/samples. If you would like test takers to take a full Versant English Test in preparation to a test session, you can purchase a demo test. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for prices.
What is ScoreKeeper?
ScoreKeeper is a web-based tool used by test administrators to manage test batches, download test materials, and view test scores.
What if I do not want my candidates/employees to see their scores?
In ScoreKeeper, scores can be locked so they can only be viewed by the test administrator. To lock test scores, log into your ScoreKeeper account and click on "List Batches." Locate the batch of tests and select the box "Locked" in the Score Access column of the page.
When is a test considered 'used'?
A test is considered used after the test taker says his/her name. If a test taker attempts to take the test again, they will receive an error message and will be unable to take the test.
How do I download test papers and instructions in ScoreKeeper?
After a batch has been created, you can download the test papers and instructions at any time. (Note: You can download the batches multiple times, but each individual test can only be taken once and then the Test Identification Number will be disabled.) To download test materials for batches that have been previously created, follow these steps:
How do I view test scores in ScoreKeeper?
Through ScoreKeeper, you can view and download scores for all completed tests from any batch you have created by following these steps:
What is Ordinate Technology?
The patented Ordinate technology is based on years of research in speech recognition, statistical modelling, linguistics, and testing theory. The technology, which powers the Versant testing system, uses a speech recognition system that is specifically designed to analyse speech components from native and non-native speakers of English. In addition to recognising words, the system also locates and evaluates relevant segments, syllables, and phrases in speech. The Versant testing system then uses statistical modelling techniques to assess the spoken performance.
Do you have correlation information between a Versant test and competing tests?
Please contact us at email@example.com for more information.