At this time, only teachers with active school licenses have access to Albert's assessments.
A number of core Albert subjects include cumulative, diagnostic, and formative assessments. Navigate to the Assessments sub-tab in your subject to view Albert assessments in your subject.
Additionally, Albert AP®, ACT®, and SAT® subjects include full-length practice exams to help students prepare for the actual testing environment and gauge how your students are progressing on the material. Each assessment has been crafted at Albert to closely resemble the breadth and format of questions that is found on the exam.
Note: each AP® assessment has a Free Response section. Students cannot input answers for these questions within Albert. They will need to write their responses to these questions on paper or Google Docs and submit them to you for grading.
To assign an assessment, follow these steps:
1. Navigate to the course library. Select the course that you'd like to assign an assessment in.
2. Click on the Assessments tab in the navigation bar directly beneath the course name and description.
3. Click “View Assessment” on the assessment you'd like to assign. Clicking this will take you to the assessment details page. Each assessment is comprised of sections (e.g. Multiple Choice or Free Response) that can be accessed from this page.
4. To view the questions in any section before assigning the assessment, click on the section in the assessment details. To get back to the assessment details view from the question list view, click the View assessment Details button at the top of the question list.
5. To assign the assessment, click the “Assign assessment” button in the top right corner of the page.
6. Choose which of your classes should receive the assessment and then click Next. To assign the assessment to individual students within a class, click on the arrows next to the class names. If you want students you add to the class in the future to also receive the assessment, toggle "Assign to future enrollees" on.
7. Name your assessment.
8. Select a start date and time. Students won't be able to access the assessment until the start date.
9. Select a due date and choose whether or not students should be able to work on the assignment after the due date passes. Late work will be flagged in your results page.
10. Optional: Set a custom time limit on the assignment by checking the Set Custom Time box. You can adjust the timer to be shorter or longer, or remove it altogether by leaving the field blank. Learn more about timed assessments in this help center article.
11. Choose at what point students will be able to view the correct answers and explanations to questions. This choice will also restrict when they are able to view their overall results on the assessment.
12. Add an optional assignment message. Your students will see this message before starting the assessment.
13. Click Submit.
14. Your students can access the assessment in their class on Albert. You can also share the assignment link with them directly by copying the link shown on the success page. If you imported your roster from Google, you can post this assignment to Google by clicking Post to Google Classrooms.
Sometimes teachers only want students to complete the multiple-choice section. This is possible, however, students will still need to submit the free-response section to view the correct answers and explanations.
If you would like to re-assign the assessment, find the assessment in the subject guide and click Assign Assessment. You will follow the rest of the assessment creation flow as normal. We recommend creating a new name for the re-assigned assessment so it is clear to students that this is a second attempt.
If you want to learn how students take assessments, click here.
If you want to view the results of an assessment that you've assigned, click here.