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TESCAN Scoring Options

There are five grading and analysis options available from TESCAN. The first option outlines the usual grading procedure and describes the basic analysis data computed by TESCAN. The other four options allow for variation in the grading procedure and/or give more technical analysis of data along with the basic data provided by Option One.

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Composition

Reasons to have your job typeset:

  • Typeset materials are read 27 percent faster according to studies.
  • A survey conducted among 300 professionals showed typeset materials to be more believable. The group consistently ranked typeset material to be more credible, persuasive and professional than non-typeset materials. There is a strong expectation on the part of most of today's population that, if it's typeset, it's probably important.

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TESCAN Score Only

Fill out the key

Use a number 2 pencil and make no stray marks. Between the ID field and question one there is a field that says that this is the test key. Mark this field. If there is no place marked KEY on the form, go to SMH 146 or SMH 201 for assistance in marking the key.

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Planning

Jobs routed to the design area consist of new jobs  that have never been printed before, or jobs that are to be revised to create a new look. Keep in mind that designing requires additional time in the overall delivery of the finished publication.

Printing Services is creative and versatile with a wide selection of formats and sizes to develop a printed piece tailored to a particular need. Brochures, newsletters, directories, handbooks, posters, flyers and calendars are just a small variety of the design capabilities we offer.

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TESCAN Frequently Asked Questions

What is TESCAN?

TESCAN (TEet SCanning and ANalysis) is the name of the software program that analyzes data read by the Scantron machine.

Who can use the Scantron machine?

Any faculty or staff member can use the machines.

Where is it located and when is it available?

The machine is located in Stephens (SMH) 201, and is available Monday through Thursday 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M, and Friday 7:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

When using the equipment please do not place food or drink by the equipment; spilled drinks and food can ruin equipment.

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Tescan Scoring System

What is TESCAN?

TESCAN (TEet SCanning and ANalysis) is the name of the software program that analyzes data read by the Scantron machine.
University Computing Support Services coordinates the use of several Scantron machines. These machines, located in several buildings on campus, allow faculty to

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