One bottleneck that has occurred for many schools in states that were early adopters of computer-based testing was caused by overcrowding of wireless access points or WAPs. In NJTRAx, we look at wireless access point readiness at each location where testing will take place, even if that location is a laptop or cart. The capacity […]
If the district plans to shape network traffic during the assessment window by limiting access to the network and/or by allocating a specific amount of bandwidth for assessment devices, can these projected network figures be used instead of using current network figures?
As long as the district is confident that the projected network figures represent the reality of the network during the assessment window, then using these figures would be acceptable.