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Electronic examination familiarisation activities

Students, teachers, and parents are invited to use the example electronic examinations to familiarise themselves with its features.

Step one is to familiarise yourself with the look, feel, and features of the electronic examination system using the general familiarisation exercise. Students do not require any specific subject knowledge for this exercise.

Step two is to apply that knowledge to the subjects that will be delivered electronically in 2019.

These activities can only be accessed using Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari browsers

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Subject specific activities

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Some of the key features include text highlighting, annotation and zoom in/out.
Students are encouraged to use and experience each of the features.

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Scribble paper

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Notes:

  • Familiarisation exercises provide a good indication of how electronic examinations will work
  • Questions presented in familiarisation exercises are based on past examinations
  • Student responses are not stored or submitted to the SACE Board
  • Familiarisation exercises are publicly available. The final electronic examinations will require students to securely log into the examination
  • For best results these exercises should be accessed on devices that meet the minimum technical requirements
  • Refresh your browser if the loading icon persists.

More information

See also FAQ or email askSACE@sa.gov.au