If the audio quality is poor or the student did not try, can all or part of the test be deleted?
Deleting a testA completed test cannot be deleted. An in-progress test that is paused can be deleted on the Proctor Dashboard by selecting Start Over.
The score and audio recording for an individual reading passage can be suppressed from online and print report views but not permanently deleted.
Deleting a reading passage
If an audio recording is a poor reflection of the student’s ability and you wish to remove the result from online and print report views, click Suppress on the Audio Review page.
If you want to restore a suppressed reading passage score and the related audio, click Restore Audio on the individual student report page.
Delete is available if you have hand-scored an audio recording. Delete removes your score, restoring the score determined by computer (the "machine score").
What is the difference between Delete and Suppress on the Audio Review page?
Suppress hides a reading passage score and audio recording from the student's report. Although low-quality recordings generally do not have a score, the Suppress option allows you to clean up the student's report and can be helpful if you plan to review this report with parents.
For more information on reviewing MAP Reading Fluency test results, see Reviewing Test Results in the MAP Help Center.