You could use Adaptive Release on the test to a group made up of the students in the room. The hassle may be in keeping the population of the group up to date.
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From: Blackboard/Courseinfo userslist [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Kate Wright
Sent: 13 October 2016 15:06
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Subject: Restricting access to tests
Wondered whether anyone has experience of using Blackboard tests in exam situations?
The scenario is that only students in the room should be able to take the test, so we were considering using a password. However, there are concerns about the password getting outside of the room. Does anyone have any suggestions - we were thinking about changing the password after a few minutes but Blackboard have advised that they may cause problems.
Any suggestions very gratefully received.
E-learning Group Manager