...until the student scores at least an 80% - is this possible?
Or at least, a professor I'm working with would like to do this.
It's a bit messy, but you could do something like this:
1) Create Test X with unlimited attempts.
2) Set up Rule 1 in Adaptive Release: Advanced to show Test X to everyone before a certain date/time. Users must have at least one attempt before that deadline hits.
3) Set up Rule 2 in Adaptive Release: Advanced to show Test X indefinitely to users with a score between 0 and 80% on Test X.
Once a student no longer qualifies for either rule, they will be unable to take the test again.
Thanks, that's helpful.
If anyone has any other ideas, let me know.
Depending on what your (or your colleague's) intention is in having the test available and unlimited number of times until the given student earns 80% or greater, I think this could be simpler. I am imagining a scenario like one I used in my courses some years ago. Because students were failing to read the syllabus and its very important course policies (in a purely online course), I created a syllabus quiz. Students had to pass this quiz (in my case with 10/10) before the unit's contents (activites, etc.) were released to them. If this is more or less the way you and your colleague envision the 80%-before-moving-on test to work, you can just set the test to unlimited attempts and set the *rest* of the content to become available with basic adaptive release based on score greater than or equal to 80% on test X. (So just the first and third step of Cliff's suggestion above). I hope that is helpful!
I think that is a bit simpler. The faculty wants it so that they MUST get at least an 80% on the test, so they're required to continually take it. Cliff's doesn't work because if they get an 80%, but want a 90%, they cannot go for that, but yours lets them settle for an 80% if they'd choose or continue to go higher. Thanks.
Yeah, definitely a bit simpler. My solution is giving purely what the question asked for without considering what the actual goal might be.
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