Doing a final test

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The final test can be recognized by a dark yellow label. 

In the final test you will get the chance to show what you have learned during the practice Role Plays in the program. 
An important difference between a final test and a "normal" Role Play, is how often you can try it: you only get two attempts.
When you have recorded your first reaction, you can watch the recording and submit it, or do it again.
When you click on Try again you can try the Role Play once more, and this recording will be submitted automatically. 

A final test can consist of one Role Play, but will most often contain multiple Role Plays. If you want to know how many Role Plays there are in the test, you can look at the number of dots below the Role Play, or at the number behind the Today button. 

Did you complete the test and will it be assessed by a coach?
They will watch your recordings and give you feedback. 

Did you complete the test and is it self-assessed?
After you have submitted a recording, you can assess your answer by ticking the boxes of the appraisal questions. 

When all Role Plays are completed and assessed, your total score for the test will appear. 

 



In the best case scenario, it will say "You passed" as above. 

When your score is too low and you have not passed the final test, your screen will look like this:

More information about the score calculation can be found in the article Score calculation

If you want to know how you have scored for every skill, click on View your skills.

You will get to the Skills page. By clicking on a skill, it will expand and you can see the components of the score.

If you have done a baseline test as well:
When you receive the score, you can compare it to the score of your baseline test and see how much progress you have made.

 

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The final test can be recognized by a dark yellow label. 

In the final test you will get the chance to show what you have learned during the practice Role Plays in the program. 
An important difference between a final test and a "normal" Role Play, is how often you can try: you only get two attempts.
When you have recorded your first reaction, you can watch the recording and submit it, or do it again.
When you click on Try again you can try the Role Play once more, and this recording will be submitted automatically. 

A final test can consist of one Role Play, but will most often contain multiple Role Plays. If you want to know how many Role Plays there are in the test, you can look at the number of dots below the Role Play, or at the number behind the Today button. 

Did you complete the test and will it be assessed by a coach?
They will watch your recordings and give you feedback. 

Did you complete the test and is it self-assessed?
After you have submitted the recording, you can assess your answer by ticking the boxes of appraisal questions. 

When all Role Plays are completed and assessed, your total score for the test will appear. 

 

More information about the score calculation can be found in the article Score calculation

If you want to know how you have scored per skill, click on Check your skill levels.

You will get to the Skills page. By clicking on a skill, it will unfold and you can see the components of the score.

 

If you have done a baseline test as well:
When you receive the score, you can compare it to the score of your baseline test and see how much progress you have made.