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Seeing the number of questions answered correct, wrong and LEFT BLANK in test report.


We really need to number of questions that students preferred not to answer (left blank) in placement type exams where students' points are deducted for their incorrect answers. In such cases, it is a must to know the number of questions that are not answered by the students.


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  • Mar 3 2021
  • Released
Country TR
Category Grading and assessment
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    Product Team commented
    28 Oct, 2022 08:01am

    In the recent update of the results export, you will be able to distinguish between these scenarios, and perform your own statistics. We still have plans to improve the in-tool reports.

    The itslearning Product Team

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    Product Team commented
    9 Mar, 2021 11:00am

    Hi, thanks for your input! This is highly relevant as we are currently starting the discussion on scoring logic and some reports for the new version of our test tool. We'll make sure to take this into consideration as part of that.

    The itslearning Product Team