Using a Test Oriented Model Folder Structure

Below is an example of a subject that has been structured according to specific tests; each subject has a folder for a particular level (or you could use subject area) which is then split into sub folders for each paper and year (i.e. test session). Once a page has been created and modified within the Test folder, it will then be available in 'Test Creation'. This model is recommended for high stakes, summative tests that tend to be delivered on a regular, fixed basis.



Benefits:


  • The model makes it easier to create a test in 'Test Creation' because the pages for a particular test will already be in a folder together.
  • Older test content to be retired can be identified quickly and easily.
  • Live test content will be separate from other content.

Drawbacks:


  • Structure can become long with a lot of tests not being used again.

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