You can export an exam form to a Microsoft Word document format to make it portable so you can send it to be administered or reviewed. The document includes the entire Exam Key, as well as all the exam sections, cases, and items on the exam forms in a print-friendly layout.

 

After the exam form is exported into Word format, the Exam Key gives you a table with a column for Question ID Revision Code) and a separate column for the External ID.

 

  1. Click  Word Output icon to generate the corresponding exam form as a Microsoft Word document.
  2.  An Exam Word Export pop-up window opens, prompting you to select one of the three formats: ExamDeveloper Format, GARP Format, and DOCX Format. Select the required format and click OK to save, or else click Cancel to simply return to the Exam Forms page.

    1. ExamDeveloper Format:

      The ExamDeveloper format provides the Exam Key and Metadata on the first page of the export followed by the exam items.


    2. GARP Format:

      The GARP format only exports the exam items. The items are listed in table format.

    3. DOCX Format:

      The DOCX format exports the data into Microsoft .docx format. The items are automatically exported.

      You can choose to export the Exam Key and Metadata similar to the ExamDeveloper format. Select the Include Exam Key & Metadata option.



      You can either list the exhibits before the group of items in the exam, or you can select the Group Exhibits before questions option. If you group the exhibits before the questions, each question references which exhibit applies to the item.

      Exhibits grouped before items:


      Exhibits not grouped before questions:



  3. A Print Exam - Google Chrome dialog box opens. Click the document in the status bar at the bottom of the window to open the generated document. Close the extra dialog box.

  4. Save the document to your desktop to edit its formatting or to print it.

 

As of the 1901 version, Matching and External item types are supported in the Word DOCX Export.

Matching

Matching questions list the Options, the Tokens and the Drop Here columns of data.

External

When external items are exported to DOCX, the export now states the output for External item types are not supported.