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    for each wrong attempt the amount of penalty is determined by the penalty factor set by the next option This mode also allows adaptive questions that can change themselves in response to a student s answer Here is how the IMS QTI specification defines adaptive questions items An adaptive item is an item that adapts either its appearance its scoring Response Processing or both in response to each of the candidate s attempts For example an adaptive item may start by prompting the candidate with a box for free text entry but on receiving an unsatisfactory answer present a simple choice interaction instead and award fewer marks for subsequently identifying the correct response Adaptivity allows authors to create items for use in formative situations which both help to guide candidates through a given task while also providing an outcome that takes into consideration their path In adaptive mode an additional Submit button is shown for each question If the student presses this button then the response to that particular question is submitted to be scored and the mark achieved is displayed to the student If the question is an adaptive question then it is displayed in its new state that

    Original URL path: https://extension.moodle.ncsu.edu/help.php?module=quiz&file=adaptive.html (2014-07-30)
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    presented as a table with appropriate titles as on the screen If the table is paged all data for all pages will be downloaded in a single file Excel Spreadsheet format You will get an xls spreadsheet document OpenOffice Writer format The data will we presented within a table in an OpenOffice sxw text document This format will be available only if you have installed the PHPWriter library in the

    Original URL path: https://extension.moodle.ncsu.edu/help.php?module=quiz&file=analysisdownload.html (2014-07-30)
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    overall score the first attempt or the last attempt of those performed Alternatively all attempts data may be combined for a cumulative analysis Rejection of low scores Sometimes users are just browsing the quiz exploring it and not going through it for a grade It is common that such trial attempts get very low scores These attempts can be excluded from analysis by setting a low limit for the score

    Original URL path: https://extension.moodle.ncsu.edu/help.php?module=quiz&file=analysisoptions.html (2014-07-30)
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    is closed If you enable this option then students will be able to review their past attempts at this quiz This is only enabled once the quiz is closed Index

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    be allowed to have multiple attempts at a quiz This can help make the process of taking the quiz more of an educational activity rather than simply an assessment Index

    Original URL path: https://extension.moodle.ncsu.edu/help.php?module=quiz&file=attempts.html (2014-07-30)
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    operator It is also possible to use some PHP style mathematical function Among these there are 24 single argument function abs acos acosh asin asinh atan atanh ceil cos cosh deg2rad exp expm1 floor log log10 log1p rad2deg round sin sinh sqrt tan tanh and two two argument functions atan2 pow and the functions min and max that can take two or more arguments It is also possible to use the function pi that takes no arguments but do not forget the use the parentheses the correct usage is pi Similarly the other function must have their argument s within parentheses Possible usage is for example sin a cos b 2 It should not be any problem to wrap functions within each other like cos deg2rad a 90 etc More details on how to use these PHP style functions can be found in the documentation at the PHP web site As for numerical questions it is possible to allow a margin within which all responses are accepted as correct The Tolerance field is used for this However there are three different types of tolerances These are Relative Nominal and Geometric If we say that the correct answer at quiz time is calculated to 200 and the tolerance is set to 0 5 then the different tolerance types work like this Relative A tolerance interval is calculated by multiplying the correct answer with 0 5 ie in this case we get 100 so for this tolerance the correct response must be between 100 and 300 200 100 This is useful if the magnitude of the correct answer can differ greatly between different wildcard values Nominal This is the simplest tolerance type but not very powerful The correct response must be between 199 5 and 200 5 200 0 5 This tolerance

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    to delete a category containing questions then you will be asked to specify another category to move them to You can arrange your categories in a hierarchy so that they are easier to manage The up and down arrow keys change the order in which categories which are peers of each other are listed You can also move a category to a new context with the up down arrows The

    Original URL path: https://extension.moodle.ncsu.edu/help.php?module=quiz&file=categories.html (2014-07-30)
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    a name and a short description Each category can also be published which means that the category and all questions in it will be available to all courses on this server so that other courses can use your questions in their quizzes Field descriptions Parent The category in which this one will be placed If no other categories have been created only Top will be available Category The name of

    Original URL path: https://extension.moodle.ncsu.edu/help.php?module=quiz&file=categories_edit.html (2014-07-30)
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