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Instructors can create quizzes in Moodle to assess students' knowledge. Moodle will automatically grade most questions (some require manual grading by the instructor) and the grade is then entered into the gradebook. Included in this article is information regarding Quiz settings and the types of questions Moodle supports. Getting Started 1.
Article Id: 18445
Category: Quizzes

Quiz categories are very useful to organize quizzes for future use. This article will walk through the steps in creating categories and best practices for using this in Quiz creation. Best practices dictate that in the process of making a quiz, the user makes categories first, the questions next, and the quiz activity last. This helps the user stay organized and reduces confusion in...
Article Id: 18450
Category: Quizzes

Instructors must manually grade certain types of questions in a Quiz. For example, Moodle cannot grade an Essay question. Use the following steps to manually grade a question. To Use Manual Grading for Quiz Questions: 1. Log in to Moodle . 2. Open...
Article Id: 19097
Category: Quizzes

General Information There are several different types of quiz questions that can be used in Moodle. When creating questions, a box like the one below will appear. The dialog box gives a brief description of each type of question when it is selected; they are also provided below. Click on the hyperlinks for further explanation on how each type of quiz...
Article Id: 18353
Category: Quiz Questions

Calculated questions offer a way to create individual numerical questions by the use of wildcards that are substituted with individual values when the quiz is taken. To Create a Calculated Question 1. Open Moodle and select your course.
Article Id: 18368
Category: Quiz Questions

Calculated multichoice questions are like multichoice questions with the additonal property that the elements to select can include formula results from numeric values that are selected randomly from a set when the quiz is taken. They use the same wildcards as Calculated questions and their wildcards can be shared with other Calculated multichoice or regular Calculated questions. ...
Article Id: 18371
Category: Quiz Questions

Simple calculated questions offer a way to create individual numerical questions whose response is the result of a numerical formula which contain variable numerical values by the use of wildcards (i.e {x} , {y}) that are substituted with random values when the quiz is taken. To Create a Calculated Simple Question 1....
Article Id: 18382
Category: Quiz Questions

Within a Quiz, an instructor can provide instructions, rubric, graphics, or other content through the use of the Description option. This is similar to the way that labels can be used to add content to the course page. To Add a Description to a Quiz: 1. Log...
Article Id: 18362
Category: Quiz Questions

For a Drag and Drop into Text question, missing words in the question text are filled in using drag and drop. Example: To Add...
Article Id: 18364
Category: Quiz Questions

The Drag and Drop Markers question allows students to drop markers onto a predefined area of a background image. The predefined areas on the background image are not visible to the student. Note: When dragging a marker, students must position the little circle in the center of the area they have...
Article Id: 18366
Category: Quiz Questions