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The new test tool - what it takes to pass

I would very much appreciate if the possibility to choose what percentage it takes for a student to pass a test. Sometimes you want it to be 50 % and sometimes maybe 95. In the new test tool, you can't choose at all.

  • Guest
  • May 19 2021
  • Future consideration
Country SE
Category Grading and assessment
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  • Lena Thorstrand Jansson commented
    26 May 02:19pm

    For me it would be enough to be able to set the score for passed/not passed. I do not need to "Set completion criteria"

  • Magnus Wiberg commented
    26 May 08:15am

    "...whether the option to set the % on the assessment scale is enough for your needs (meaning you pick "passed / not passed" as the scale and then you're allowed to decide where the border is between the two?"

    The answer is yes for my sake!

  • Guest commented
    26 May 08:15am

    I usually use the test tool for students to practice things like prepositions or verbs. And I want them to do it until they are sure. That means that sometimes I want them to repeat until they get 100 % or at least 75 % before they continue.

  • Admin
    itslearning support commented
    25 May 06:29am

    Hi

    Thanks for your idea! This is currently a feature we are considering not to include in the new tool. However we would love to understand the need further - the question is whether the option to set the % on the assessment scale is enough for your needs (meaning you pick "passed / not passed" as the scale and then you're allowed to decide where the border is between the two)? In the old test tool there is a separate setting to "Set completion criteria" but our investigations show that this feature is often misunderstood.

    Thanks,
    The itslearning Product team