The Faculty of Languages and Translation held a computer-based test (CBT) for the 1st Midterm Exam in the International Test Preparation (ITP) Course. Matthew Paul and Hassan Costello developed, conducted, and supervised the CBT which was the first of its kind for the International Test Preparation Course. It is worth noting that offering a CBT for ITP’s Midterm Exam 1 produced many benefits, namely:
-Listening and reading sections that require candidates to demonstrate their comprehension by performing specific tasks.
-Immediate viewing of unofficial scores on screen (except for essays)
-Individual headphones and volume control
-Testing in comfortable, computer-equipped testing stations
-Enhanced test security
The instructors of ITP would like to extend their sincerest appreciation to the Managing Administration of the Faculty of Languages and Translation for their vision and constant support. A vote of thanks goes to the E-Learning Department for their continuous support.
Source: Faculty of Languages and Translation