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Corrections on Test Answer key

Every now and then we make a mistake on a test or on its answer key. I would like the option to correct the mistake on the answer key and then have a button I can push that will regrade the test submissions with the corrected key.

  • Stacy Bode
  • Apr 13 2016
  • Planned
Country US
Category Grading and assessment
  • Jun 7, 2016

    Admin response


    Thanks for your feedback. This will be fixed in the new mobile friendly shareable test tool we are working on. Please follow progress, timeline and status on our roadmap

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  • Guest commented
    2 May 05:43pm

    This feature is greatly needed

  • George Adams commented
    1 Oct, 2020 04:49pm

    Are we still waiting for this important improvement? Can we please get an admin response?

  • Cecilia Nix commented
    18 Sep, 2020 03:24pm

    Four years later and still no fix?! Extremely frustrating!

  • Jeannin Crowe commented
    3 Sep, 2020 02:23pm

    Any progress on making this happen?????

  • Carrie Paulson commented
    2 Apr, 2020 06:14pm

    Four years and this hasn't been added to the platform. FOUR YEARS!!!!!

  • Guest commented
    13 Sep, 2018 03:29am

    I'm wondering too, I hate that I have to throw out a whole test if I've made a mistake in the answer key.

  • Brent Barge commented
    14 Mar, 2018 04:54pm

    Is there any update as to whether this was implemented? I am still not able to find out how to do this on the desktop or mobile versions.

  • Guest commented
    25 Apr, 2016 08:44am

    I songly vouch for this propsition. An erroneous question is a nightmare for the teacher, and discourage production of new tests. Mistakes by the teacher gives students non-consistent scores and grades. As these are non-editable on the "Status og Oppfølgning" page (don't know the english name), a separate grading-ledger must be kept manually. This represent considerable extra-work. We have the alternative option to deactivate the question. But this is unfair to the students which get the question right despite mistakes.

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