We have a number of hotpot quizes running across several courses.
The courses are set up so that the student can tackle them in their own time and are not forced into an agenda - so they can, for example take their time over one particular topic, and buzz through another if they wish.
This has led to a problem.
Basically we cannot close quizes (as at any one time a student may still be using it)
This means that once a student has worked out what the correct answers are - they can re-input the same answers again and again and again to get their average score closer to 100%.
(Some of the students on our system have spotted this loophole and are using it to return to all of their past material and are bumping up their scores retro-actively)
I would like to stop this behaviour.
I could limit the quizzes to 10 attempts ( with the proviso that if you still haven't got the answers after ten attempts then it is time for you to go and talk to your tutor to discuss the topic again and seek assistance )
But what I would really like would be able to say as soon as a student hits 100% ( or a predefined threshold ) the quiz is closed for them, and all they can do is review it (not re-take it)
So, my question is - is there a patch or plugin that will let me do that ?
Something that will let me say - this is closed to a student as soon as they get 100%.