Client-Server MAP: Tests are grayed out in Teacher Reports

Document created by Community User on Oct 13, 2016Last modified by Community User on Jun 6, 2017
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Introduction
Client-Server MAP test events sometimes appear as low-lighted or grayed out in Teacher Reports.

Information
Test events are low-lighted (gray font) if any of the following are true:
  • The student has taken the same test twice
  • The test was taken outside of the testing window
  • The test has been invalidated.
  • MAP for Primary Grades segments have not combined yet
  • Two MAP for Primary Grades segments have been completed, but are dated more than 28 days apart.

 
If the student has taken the same test twice:

The test with the lower standard error of measure (SEM) will be greyed out. To change which test is valid on reports, submit a data repair request: Client-Server MAP: Where can I find Data Repair Request (DRR) forms?

 
If the student has taken the test outside of the testing window:

There are two options to resolve this scenario:
  1. Extend the test window: See How to modify, close, or re-open a test window in Client-Server MAP
  2. Change the date on the test: Submit a Data Repair Request- Change Test Event Date to change the date to inside the testing window.

 
If a test invalidation code is listed:

See Invalid test results in Client-Server MAP for more information on invalidation codes. In these situations, you will usually need to retest the student. If you wish to remove the invalid test from reports, see Data Repair Request- Delete Test Event.

 
If MAP for Primary Grades segments have not combined yet:

MAP for Primary Grades segments need two days to combine after the last test has been uploaded.

For example, if you uploaded the last segment yesterday, MPG tests will not combine (and turn into highlighted, valid test events) until tomorrow. If they do not combine when you expect them to, submit a Data Repair Request- Combine MPG Segments to have NWEA combine them manually.

 
If two MPG segments have been completed, but are dated further than 28 days apart:

While NWEA does not recommend validating tests taken longer than 28 days apart, there may be unforeseen circumstances that required it. Submit a Data Repair Request- Change Test Event Date to change one or both segment test event dates to within 28 days of each other.

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