(ii) The guess work can be eliminated to large extent.
(iii) Such tests are easier to prepare and administer.
When a test/quiz has at least once question with a time limit, students no longer have the ability to review any of the questions before they submit.
If students click the Back button in the browser to attempt to go back to the timed question after the time limit has passed, they will be forced to either start over (if multiple attempts are enabled) or submit the test/quiz prematurely.
Click Add an Answer below the answer blank to add additional possible answers for one blank in the question.
Back to top Use matching question to assess your students' abilities to identify pairs.Click each cell to grade each criterion, and then click Save.The student’s answer will then have a rubric score, which will be the sum of the scores on each criterion on the rubric out of the total number of possible points on the rubric.The rubric score will then be converted to an equivalent percentage of the question’s points to score the question.Back to top In order to generate a blank when creating this question type, type one underscore into the text box.In the example below, partial credit is enabled on this Ordering question.There are seven items that the student must correctly order, with the minimum continuous sequence set to 3, and the overall question is worth 10 points.Enterprise users can enable Short Answer/Essay questions are subjective questions, and are the only question type that will not be automatically graded by default.As the Course Admin, you must manually enter a score for each student's response on each short answer/essay question.Since the student put 4/7 of the items in the correct order, this score is multiplied by the 10 total points of the question for a score of 5.71/10.Back to top Add a short answer/essay question to asses your students' abilities to reason, create, analyze, synthesize, and/or evaluate the material.