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TutnIQ quiz scoring - TutnIQ
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TutnIQ quiz scoring

Quiz points calculation demonstration

  • In this tutorial we demonstrate how TutnIQ scores quiz questions.

  • Multiple choice and true / false questions

    In this section we examine how the TutnIQ quiz system scores questions which have a single correct answer (true / false and traditional multiple choice questions)

  • When creating quiz questions you have the option to set the score for a particular answer, or leave it blank (or 0), in which case TutnIQ will calculate the score using its default logic.

    By default TutnIQ scores traditional multiple choice and true / false questions as follows:

    1. One point for a correct answer.
    2. Zero points for an incorrect answer.
    3. Minimum overall score for a question limited to zero.

    The scoring of questions with a single correct answer is demonstrated below:

    This tutorial has been configured so that your results will not be saved or appear on your listing of completed courses. Simply reload the page to test different answers.

  • In this example we have not set any points, instead relying on the system to use its default logic.

    Please select the correct answer:

    out of points awarded.

  • In this multiple choice example, we have not set any points instead relying on the system to use its default logic.

    The system will assign 1 point to the correct answer and zero points to the incorrect answers.

    Please select the correct answer:

    out of points awarded.

  • In this example we set the points for both of the answers. Although it is possible to set negative points, the system will not allow an overall negative score for a question. It will be limited to zero. If you assign negative points to a correct answer it will default to 1 point at run-time.

    Please select the correct answer:

    out of points awarded.

  • In this example we set the points as negative for all answers. You should not do this in real life!

    Please select the correct answer:

    out of points awarded.

  • In this example we set the points for the correct answer and one of the incorrect answers. Assigning points to incorrect answers may make sense if the answer is not totally incorrect.

    Please select the correct answer:

    out of points awarded.

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