Scroll down for step by step instructions (they are basically the same for a Mac or Windows version)
Macintosh Instructions (click here to open in a new window):
GradeMyExam Setup from Jay Bohnsack on Vimeo.
Windows Instructions (click here to open in a new window):
Step by step instructions:
- Sign up for an account at grademyexam.com (on the right). Remember you e-mail as you will need this for your ExamView exams. You will need to verify your e-mail…often gmail will put this in the spam folder so be sure to check that if you don’t receive the e-mail.
- Open an ExamView test that you wish to use with your students.
- Make the following changes at the export to HTML dialog box. Click Advanced..change the URL to http://gme.grademyexam.com/index.php
- Be sure to click the Export as test radio button
- You will be prompted to save the html document. When saving, do not use spaces in the name. It will create a .htm file and a folder with the same name (this contains the submit button images, etc.).
- The final step is to put the file and folder on a web server or a location that is accessible to students. For this, I use dropbox. Dropbox is a great web tool and application that allows you to access your documents anywhere. Install the software on your computer and drop the files there.
- Open the dropbox site and log in. You will need to get the public link to the file (you can also shorten the link). This is the link you can share with students.
- After the students take the test, they should get the result once they click submit. They can backspace and change answers and submit it again, just take the first score and disregard the others.
- To see all of the students scores, login in to grademyexam.com and select the exam that you want to view the results from. If you have open ended questions, you will need to manually grade those questions.
- From here, you can export the results to a .csv file or to the screen. This will provide you with an item analysis.