5 sections, in each section there are three categories of questions (easy medium and hard), and there is a random set of questions in each category.
Passing is 70% or better score in each section.
The only way we've been able to do this is and score it without a lot of hand work is to create five separate quizzes.
It's easy to create 5 categories of questions, and then 3 sub categories, but when the final score is given, its a "total raw" and not what we need.
Is there any way to accomplish this?
Alternatively, could a quiz, after you've completed it, move on to a second quiz?
You can put a link to the second quiz in the overall feedback for the first quiz.
is this possible in single Quiz,,section 1 for physics,,,2 for chemistry and 3 for Maths adjectly like given screen shot
Hello Vinit, Plymouth State University (currently running 1.98) is in demand for something like this as well. Did you have a solution that you don't mind sharing? I'd love to hear more about this "section" approach.
This is Umesh Chavan from pune.
The quiz module does not support this feature. Have you done some programming for getting sectionwise Quiz and Result?
For our students, we would like to have such quiz with sections, so that the questions will be displayed as respective categories and there it will be shuffled.
The result can be seen as your image shows.
We will appericiate if you could tell us the way.
I also need something similar, can you please share the details on how to accomplish this?
I also need this type of section in my quiz.
Is anyone implemented this?
Please help me.
It's a pity that you do not say whether this screenshot is showing a new development you have made or - more likely - a "proof of concept".
It's also a pity that, after that initial post you are not answering all the people who posted here to say they are interested in your idea.
Actually, there is something weird about the dates of your participation in this forum:
1.- You posted this post on Tuesday, 2 March 2010, 06:50 AM
but your profile (as of today) says:
2.- Last access: Saturday, 4 February 2012, 04:47 AM (46 days 12 hours)
Here is a discussion thread that might prove useful here. I found it while hunting for a solution to my own challenge, which is as follows:
In a highly regulated, security-conscious sector, I need to create a quiz that is divided into sections. Users need to score at least X% per section and an average of at least Y% to pass. If a user doesn't pass, they need only redo the sections they failed on the previous attempt.