Users are able to adjust the correct answer for each question in an assessment or set a new answer key for an entire assessment. When scoring an assessment, users can change the assigned categories for a question, or the scoring options for an item to give full or partial credit, throw out an item all together, or designate it as a bonus question.
- Navigate to the Assessments tab.
- Open a posted assessment.
- Navigate to the Adjust Scoring tab in that assessment. The questions in the assessment will be listed.
- To make Individual changes to multiple answer choices, click the pencil icon in the actions column. A new window will appear showing the question, original answer choices and providing the option to adjust the question.
- To change the correct answer for Multiple Choice and True/False Questions, select the correct answer in the Adj. Answer column.
If there are multiple Adjusted answers selected, you must select one of the following in the Scoring Options Drop-Down:
Accept Any Adjusted Answer - Credit given for selecting any of the checked answers
Accept Adjusted Answer - Credit given if they selected all of the checked answers
- To change the correct answer for Fill-in-the-blank Questions, you can type in additional accepted answers within the Adjusted Answer field using the vertical bar | to separate accepted answers. You can also see a list of answers submitted by the student, the percentage of students that submitted the answer, and click the Green Plus Sign to accept each answer individually.
- Alter the weight of the question by indicating a new point value in the Adjusted Weight field.
- Using the Scoring Options Drop-Down you can also select to:
Give Credit to all Exam Takers - All students will receive credit for this question
Throw out the Question - Makes the weight of the question 0 and removes it from reports
Mark as Bonus Question - This will remove this question from counting towards to overall available points on the assessment. Students will still get credit for getting it correct.
Note that making these changes will only affect the current assessment. To update the question permanently, create a new revision of the question.