Depending on how a test is configured, TestNav displays tools for students to use during online testing. Students can access the highlighter and spell check tools within items, and other tools within the TestNav toolbar.
This page contains the following sections, accordingly:
TestNav Tutorial
If set up for a test, the selfguided TestNav tutorial launches as soon as students start the first item on the test. Students can click Next and Back buttons to go through common TestNav elements. Students can also click the x at the topright of the tutorial to close it and continue testing.
Anytime during the test, students can go through the tutorial again by clicking the user dropdown and selecting Launch the tutorial.
Highlighter Tool
Most tools appear within the TestNav toolbar; however, the highlighter tool is available for students to use without clicking on an icon in the toolbar. Instead, turn on the highlighter by selecting a word or group of words.
Highlight color choices differ, depending on the background and foreground color.
Play the video to see a demonstration of the highlighter tool.
Spell Check
Students can turn on the spell check when answering an item that requires a textual, extended response. When spell check is on, a squiggly red line appears underneath misspelled words, and students see word suggestions for misspelled words.
Spell check does not check words that are all in caps (HELLO) or words that are inverse camel cased (CaMeL). It does check regular camel case (cAmEl).
Spell check uses the Hunspell dictionary and requires an Internet connection to compare the typed words with the dictionary on Pearson servers.
If there is no Internet connection, spell check does not check the words.
Expandable View
Students can expand each column (and hide the other) of a twocolumn item to make it more easier to read. They can also toggle back to the twocolumn view.
TestNav Toolbar
Tools in the toolbar (and their position within it) vary by test. Below is an example of a toolbar, as it appears at the top of the test item content.
When students click the related icon in the toolbar, each tool appears in the test content area. Click the tab for each tool type to see available tools in their expanded form.
Students can click it to close any enabled tools.

Students can type notes at the top portion of the Scratchpad. Students can click the pencil icon to draw at the bottom of the Scratchpad. They can click the pencil icon to draw, the eraser icon to erase, the undo/redo icons to toggle between the latest action, and the trashcan icon to delete the entire drawing.

Students can visually eliminate (with a red X) one or more answers.
Multiple Choice Hotspot interaction

Students can type notes while testing.

Students can type notes while testing and see them across items.

Students can type a word into the search field and click the Dictionary tab for a definition or the Thesaurus tab for synonyms. Available dictionaries include Grades 35, 58, and high school, as well as SpanishEnglish.



Rulers
Students can measure lengths in ⅛inch increments.

Students can measure in ¼inch increments.

Students can measure lengths in_{ 1/2}inch increments.

Students can measure length in _{1/2}cm increments.

Students can measure length in 1cm increments.

Students can measure length in cm or mm increments.



Math Drawing Tools
Students can drag its ends and rotate/move around the page to help answer items.

Students can measure angles, and drag and rotate the protractor.

Students can measure angles, and drag and rotate the protractor.



Calculators
Students can perform four functions: addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication.

Students can perform five functions: addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, and square root.

Students can perform a range of functions, including general math, algebra, trigonometry, and statistics.

Students can perform a range of functionality, including general math, algebra, trigonometry, statistics, and graphing.

Students can perform basic arithmetic functions, including addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication.

Students can perform highschool math and science on four lines.

Students can perform a range of functionality, including general math, algebra, trigonometry, statistics, and graphing.

Students can perform basic arithmetic functions, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

Students can perform high school math and science using this fourline scientific calculator.


