My school is moving away from using Scantrons, but we do not have a lock down feature on our Chromebooks to prevent screenshots. For this reason, we created generic Scantrons in Schoology that still allow a hard copy of the test (which the students prefer) vs. having to type in every question in Schoology. We've found 2 issues:
1) For multiple choice responses...on matching questions that require two answers, say AD, Schoology will grade them as correct only if they have AD...BUT if the answer is only one letter, it will not allow them to choose 2 letters. High schoolers have quickly picked up on this and can narrow the answers down if Schoology will allow them to select more than one letter. If it only allows 1, they know the answer is A-E, but if it allows 2 is AB-DE.
2) In order for students to just see A, B, C, etc. for possible responses we had to put two spaces after the response options. If we type in A, B, C, etc, the students see each letter twice. The issue is that when we go to print the key it shows a blank box checked but it doesn't say which one the answer is. So the only way to check the key is to individually open each question which is very time consuming on a 100 question test.