WorkKeys Testing Irregularity Report
The WorkKeys Testing Irregularity Report (IRR) form is to be used to record EVERY ACT WorkKeys testing irregularity, no matter how minor an incident may seem at the time. An irregularity is defined as “any incident that is out of the norm for administering an ACT WorkKeys testing session.” A WorkKeys Testing Irregularity Report must be submitted as soon as possible after an incident occurs.
As you fill out the WorkKeys Testing Irregularity Report form below, please follow these guidelines for how many forms should be submitted.
- Group Irregularities. To report an irregularity that affects a group of examinees (e.g., one room or the entire site), please submit ONLY ONE FORM, but enter the Name and Examinee ID of EACH affected examinee in the appropriate fields, separated by semicolons (;).
- Individual Irregularities. To report an irregularity that affects a single examinee (e.g., sudden acute illness) or several individuals involved in a single incident (e.g., communicating answers to each other), please submit a SEPARATE FORM for EACH EXAMINEE.
- Several Irregularities per Individual. If a single examinee experiences multiple irregularity issues, please submit a SEPARATE FORM for EACH ISSUE. This is important to ensure the accuracy of categorizing, reporting, and analyzing IRR data, particularly if a different Issue Category and Subcategory are necessary to classify each issue.