It would be nice if when reusing questions that the original order could be maintained instead of by alphabetized.
I agree. Alphabetical is probably the least intuitive way to order questions, especially when they are built from a textbook chapter that has content built in a logical sequence.
If you import test questions it maintains the order and you can use any test as a pool if you like to.
Bill - that is not true. I came here today to look for a way to maintain the order. The only way I enter tests is through a pool, importing them into each iteration. Manually sorting them back in to order can take an entire day or longer when you consider 4-5 class and half a dozen tests for each class. That is ridiculous. Does anyone know a way to import them without them losing their correct order?
The problem is compounded by a tiny little work box that cannot be increased in size.
Bill - my pools are always randomized differently for each student, even when I don't check the box. When going through an assignment with students, I've had to teach them all to use the Find on page browser function to look for keywords!
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