However, when I create a quiz with 3 answers or 4 answers and set Accept as correct and 100% correct for 1 answer, only the right answers are processed correctly. The quiz produces an Ok button but does not update the attempts or record the score.
I suspect that the JQuiz is working as intended, but not as you expect.
Are you aware that in a Hot Potatoes exercise, a student must "complete" a question before being awarded a score for that question. To "complete" a question, the student must find the correct answer. Furthermore, a student must "complete", i.e. find a correct answer for, each and every question before the exercise is considered to be complete.
If there are only two possible answers to a question, then whichever answer is chosen, the correct answer will be known and the question can be immediately scored.
If there are more than two possible answers, and the student picks an incorrect answer, then the correct answer is still not known, and the question cannot be scored. In this case, the student must keep choosing answers until either they find a correct answer, or the correct remains as the only unchosen answer.
Perhaps this behavior seems "wrong" to you? In which case, you are expecting the Hot Potatoes exercise to act like a traditional test of knowledge. This is not the intended use of Hot Potatoes exercises. You can setup a JQuiz exercise to act like this, but by default the Hot Potatoes exercises act, as they are intended to act, like learning activities for students to study independently.
P.S. Sorry if you already knew all that
Yes, I want to set up a traditional quiz as a pre-test; I have seen the example but how do you set it up in Jquiz?
I think I understand.
I have to set the answer to Accept as Correct
and then change the percentage to 0!!!
Thanks for your help!!!