The Review Priority value is derived from three sources of data:
- the webcam video of the test taker
- the computing device & network used for the assessment
- the student's interaction with the assessment itself
The webcam video is analyzed using computer vision technology, which is how flagged events like "Missing from Frame" and "Different person in frame" are generated.
Data from the computing device and network will generate events such as video interruptions, automatic restarts of a webcam session, attempts to switch applications, and more.
Data is also obtained from the student's interaction with the assessment, such as when the exam session starts and ends, when answers are saved, and if the student exited the exam early.
Review Priority is based on an analysis of the flagged events, including weights and other adjustments to the data.