Using the Imagine Galileo Test Finder

The Imagine Galileo Test Finder allows District Administrators, School Administrators, and Teachers to find tests that you can assign to students without knowledge of the library in which the tests are located. 


Tests shown in the Test Finder results are based on permissions applied to the library where the test is located. If you know a test exists but it does not appear in the results, you may not have access to that test’s library.

To use the Test Finder:

  1. Log in to Imagine Galileo.
  2. Click Assessment > Test Construction > Test Finder.


  3. District and School Administrators arrive at the Pre-Built Benchmarks view by default. Teachers arrive at the Pre-Built Formatives view by default.  The Test Finder shows the Test Title, Library the test is stored in, Maximum Points a student can earn on the test, Status of the Test, Test Grade Level, Subject, Publication Date, and Item Count. Use the table below to see the available features the Test Finder offers. 


    Options in the following table may not consistently be available for each test type, Formative or Benchmark. When an option is grayed out, certain criteria may not be fulfilled such as tests still being under construction, user permissions not configured, or special functions of a test not yet implemented.

    Feature  Description
    Test_Finder_viewalltestsicon.png Click to view all tests.
    Test_Finder_prebuilticon.png Click to view pre-built tests.
    library_field_search.png Search by the name of the library.
    magGlassTestFinder.png Type the name of the test that you are trying to find.
    more_filters_button_test_finder.png Click More Filters to filter the report by Subject, Type, Grade Level, or Date Published (filters are retained).
    Test Finder_clickable test name.png Click a test name to open Test Builder for further modifications.
    Test Finder_clickable library name.png Click a library name to open the Library Summary page.

    Click Preview test to view the test. Three possible options are Teacher Preview, Student Preview with Text to Speech enabled, and Student Preview without Text to Speech.

    Student Preview options provide the same student views of the test. Teacher Preview will include the correct answers and standards per item. Selecting any of the three options opens a new tab.

    Click the Calendar to schedule the test. 
    blueprintTest_Finder.png Click the Blueprint icon to view the test Blueprint report. The Blueprint Report summarizes the concepts and standards included in the assessment. For each concept or standard, this report lists the total number of items measuring the concept or standard, the percentage of the items comprised of the total number of items on the test, and the specific item numbers of those items on the test. The report also indicates the percentage of items related to each concept.
    Print or scan GradeCam sheets.
    Click Copy to make a copy of the test. Copying a test allows you to make a copy of the test that you can edit. Only Formative tests can be copied. 
    moveTest_Finder.png Click Move to move a test to a different library.
    Click Delete to delete the test. You will receive a warning message asking if you are sure you want to delete the test.  
    openTest_Finder.png Click Closed/Open to open or close a test. Any assessment (benchmark, formative, or quiz) can be set to closed status. A closed test cannot be edited, scheduled, or scored. Students cannot take the test online and bubble sheets cannot be printed. The test can be reopened by toggling the closed status to the open status.


    Tests may only be closed/reopened by users who have Write permission to that library.

    moreoptionsicon.png Click More Options to move multiple tests. This option allows you to select multiple tests to move to a new library, and open/close all tests. 
    recovertestsicon.png Click Recover Test to allow the user to undelete a test that they have previously deleted.
    createTestFinder.png Click Create to create a new test, create a new library, or create a new Ask Test.