This could be a long post, so apologies in advance. Our small RTO is in the process of upgrading our LMS from something known as FinPa, to Moodle. We have quite a few units on scope, and as we're train for high-risk type qualifications, as well as RCC's (recognition of current competencies).
So far, we've created around 55 courses -inside these courses (and for each RCC) is an Intro, a learners guide and then two quiz activities. One quiz is marked as 'critical' and the other is marked as 'standard'. Inside each course's question bank are two categories - again, critical and standard. Inside each critical QB there's typically around 10-20 questions and inside each standard QB there's around 30-90 questions, but we just pull 20 random questions from that bank each time.
I've set a condition or 'restrict access' in each course setting under the 'standard' quiz so that unless the participant gets 100% correct for critical, they can't access the standard assessment. So far, so good.
It's now when the gradebook comes into play - it looks pretty daunting and complicated so far. Is there a way of just setting it so that each student's results show as a percentage, and we can either via the system or manually, mark them as simply 'competent' or 'not competent'..
Also, I've noticed that (in a test environment) if a student gets 100% say in a critical assessment, on the 'review' screen they get another chance to do the assessment. Is there also a way of once they've reached 100% they don't need to (for obvious reasons) redo the assessment?
Sorry if this is a little vague