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We may have been writing tasks directly in our tree-testing software. This is more likely if it’s a simple test – a small tree with a small number of tasks.
However, if we’ve been using a spreadsheet to plan our test (a good idea for larger and more complex tree tests), we’ll eventually need to transfer the finished tasks to our tree-testing software. Typically this is a simple (but manual) copy/paste exercise:
We also need to mark the correct answers in our tree-testing software. The mechanics of this will depend on which software we’re using, but in all cases, be sure to mark all the correct answers for a given task. (See Identifying correct answers earlier in this chapter.)