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Take a test until you score 100%

Question asked by jo32204 on Sep 4, 2018
Latest reply on Sep 6, 2018 by gw0046349

Hi everyone,

 

I have a question from a faculty member about students taking a test.  He wants them to be able to take a particular test until they get 100% and score the attempts based on the average of all the attempts.  Once they get 100% he doesn't want them to be able to make another attempt.

 

Anyone have any ideas if this is doable?  It's easy enough to grade using the average of the attempts, but I can't see any way to prevent them from re-taking once they hit 100%.  I don't see adaptive release helping here, as that just lets me hide it after they have at least one attempt or a specific score on a DIFFERENT grade center column correct?

 

I'm thinking I'll tell him to just put a fixed number of attempts, and if they can't get 100% in that number, they'll just have to live with what they get; but I thought I'd ask in case I'm just missing something.

 

Thanks for reading!

 

~John

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