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grade offset
 
HI
How can I use offset?
I have moodle 1.9.5 and i have the quiz grades,
I want to add 2 points for all the students in this activity,
students has 12/15 will be 14/15 for example.

is this possible?
Picture of Elena Ivanova
Re: grade offset
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Hi Rabee, you can just type 2 for offset in Categories and Items for that grade and save changes.
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Re: grade offset
 

Yes it will change in grade report but not in the original activity

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Re: grade offset
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Correct.
I cannot think of a workaround here. sad

If you do not have too many students you can probably pick one question in the quiz, and override student grades for that question manually, one-by-one.

Or, if you have some multiple choice question that is worth 2 points, you can edit that question and make all answers there  worth 100%. Then click Regrade. Everyone who answered wrong would be awarded 2 extra points, and then you will still need to manually override grades for those students who answered that question right.

I think this would  confuse the students though.

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Re: grade offset
 

sorry elena ,i have too many students in my courses,this will not be helpfull,

is there another way?

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Re: grade offset
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I cannot think of anything else. I would just do that via the gradebook per my previous suggestion, and tell students why the grade had been adjusted.
You can also try checking at the Quiz forum.

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Re: grade offset
 

I know I cannot manually change the quiz marks.  But I can enter an assignment called Quiz completion and use that to put in a zero if they have not done the quiz.  When they do the quiz, I delete the zero.  You could use this to add 2 to every mark (i.e. make the 12 a 14 on the 'assignment') and then set the weight to zero for that quiz.  It might work.