Question validation provides concrete documentation of the relevance of all questions on the exam; it provides documentation that a panel of subject matter experts convened, discussed the relevance of every question, and agreed for each question to be placed on the exam. Another use of the validation process is in the assembly of the exam. If the experts developed more questions for a blueprint area than necessary, it is important to quantify the quality of a question to allow selection of only the best questions.

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As a Validator, you may be working on several projects and have been assigned a certain number of questions for each project. You can see your work assignments in the Project View Summary page.

To access Project View Summary page:

Click Develop Questions → Validate. The Project View Summary page comes up.

You’ll see a count of the questions, by blueprint area, that you’ve been assigned to validate.

The Project View Summary page has the following features:




The area of the exam blueprint to which the questions should be assigned.

Pending Completion

The number of questions in a blueprint area that you need to validate.

Validated by me

The number of questions in a blueprint area that you have already validated.

Total Completed

The number of questions in a blueprint area that have been validated by all validators.

Comments can be added to questions by clicking on the Comments tab.

A Questions Summary section displays information about a question.