PT - Online Advantage - Academic Version - Physical Therapy Practice Exam
Online Advantage – Academic offers academic programs the opportunity to administer a single exam or two exams (pretest/posttest) to their students. A detailed performance analysis section generates individual and class data that can be used for student and programmatic assessment. The exams are fully updated for the 2024 NPTE-PT blueprint specifications.
Notice: This product is intended for academic use only. Only proceed if you are an instructor or acting on behalf of an academic institution.
Provide students with the opportunity to test drive the NPTE-PT
Gather valuable data to assist in student and programmatic assessment
Compare class scores to the average score of all students
Analyze student and class performance in system and content outline areas
Provide motivation for students to begin their study plan for the NPTE-PT
PT PRACTICE TEST - ENLIGHTENING, DISCERNING, AND INSTRUCTIVE
ADMINISTER A COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION TO YOUR STUDENTS
The academic version of Online Advantage is designed to allow academic programs to administer comprehensive examinations to their graduating students. The academic version permits the academic program to administer a single examination or two examinations (i.e., pretest/posttest). Academic programs provide students with access to the full-length exams by purchasing an access code for each student.
CONVENIENT, AFFORDABLE, AND INSIGHTFUL
Online Advantage provides academic faculty with instantaneous access to individual student or class results. The performance analysis menu allows faculty to sort results based on a wide number of variables.
AN EARLY WARNING SYSTEM FOR AT RISK STUDENTS
Academic faculty can compare individual student and class performance in selected system and non-system areas. The information collected can be used for program assessment and to determine the relative degree of individual student preparedness.
AN IDEAL TOOL FOR PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
Academic faculty can compare a class' performance to the mean score of all candidates that have taken the same examination. This comparison occurs in a variety of system and non-system areas and can be extremely useful for program assessment.