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How to create Public and Private Test in TestYou

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Jul,2018
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Creating tests in TestYou is the matter of just a few minutes. Here you have 2 options for creating a test. First is the Public test, in which you can create and host your test for free of cost.

And other is the Private test option in which you can create and conduct an exclusive private test. In Private test, only allowed candidates can access and attempt the test.

Here are simple steps for creating Public & Private test

1. How to create a Public Test?

  1. Log into TestYou by examiner mode.
  2. Click on the Create Test.
  3. Add details to the test (Select Category, Title, Description, Keyword(optional))
  4. For adding questions, click on the Manage Questions.
  5. Choose the relevant option for adding questions (question bank, manually, excel sheet)
  6. Customize test’s setting from the Test Setting option.
  7. If an extra section is needed in the test, click on the Add New Section button.
  8. Once the test is set up, click on the Publish Test button to publish test.

2. How to create a Private Test?

  1. Log into TestYou by examiner mode.
  2. Click on the Create Test.
  3. Add details to the test (Select Category, Title, Description, Keyword(optional))
  4. For adding questions, click on the Manage Questions.
  5. Choose the relevant option for adding questions (question bank, manually, excel sheet)
  6. In the Test Setting, in the Privacy Setting click on the Private Mode.
  7. Set a Password for the test and accessibility setting if required.
  8. If an extra section is needed in the test, click on the Add New Section button.
  9. Once the test is set up, click on the Publish Test button to publish test.

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