Test (Assessment) Template is perfect for the assessment in the form of a quiz or an exam. If this template is applied to a course, a learner will see all questions (or a selection of questions) in a long list.
Note: Feedback for correct/incorrect answers is not shown in Test/Assessment template. If you choose Quiz mode on the Configure step, learners will be able to see hints (information that you add to Content at the bottom of the question editor).
You can customize the assessment course on the Configure step in the course editor. Here you can choose between Quiz (a learner can see hints or learning content added to questions) and Exam (a learner can’t see hints) modes, and change such settings as randomizing the order of questions and answer options, showing all questions or a selection of questions, showing or resetting answer opions from the previous attempt, and setting time limits and number of attempts.
On the Design step your course logo and backgroung can be customized.
When a learner launches a course, the introduction content is shown if it is added to the course. Then a learner can click on the Start Assessment button to launch the course or just scroll down to see the questions.
If the Exam mode is chosen on the Configure step, a learner will see the list of questions that are associated with all learning objectives. No hints are available in the Exam mode.
The Quiz mode will provide an additional opportunity for learners to see hints. Under a question a learner can click on the Show hint button to see explanation or learning content of a corresponding question. The Show hint button is available only if learning content is added to the question.
When all questions are answered, a learner should click on the Submit button at the bottom of the page. After that the overall progress of the course is shown to a learner.
On the course progress indicator you can also see whether the mastery score set on the Configure step of the course editor is reached. Here a learner can also see which questions are answered correctly and incorrectly.
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