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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 5495 Assessment

Instructions and Help about How Form 5495 Assessment

Hello, my name is Kyle. Today, we're going to look at forms and our focus is on creating a secure testing environment for high schoolers using a form or test. The goal is to go completely paperless. We will explore the use of classroom and forms. For classroom, I assume you have some knowledge on how to distribute materials. However, for forms, we will create our quiz and expand it to limit access. This way, the same quiz can be used for different periods while still ensuring that students only have access to the information before and after the exam. One big drawback of going digital is the possibility of students sharing test questions with their friends in the next period. We want to avoid that, so I have password-protected the files or access to the questions. Let me show you how to do this using my work account. To start, click on "New" and create a brand new form. It is important to be in your work account as there are extra options, especially if your domain is similar to mine. Let's create a sample form or test, which I'll name "Sample YouTube Test." Inside the form, we want the students to see their name and access code before starting, so they can input their name and be ready to go. This helps to limit technical difficulties during exam time. First, let's add a question for the student's name. Make sure it is required as it is important for us to know who is submitting the questions. Then, add a question for an access code, also making it required. If it is not required, it would be like not having a password at all. To limit access, click on the three dots and choose "Data validation." Here, we get more...