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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
  • Released
Country SE
Category Grading and assessment
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  • Henrik Jensen commented
    9 Sep, 2021 06:38am

    To itsl,

    why have you not yet included the minimum functionality of the old test tool yet? You can not launch a new version of a tool and then remove basic functionality such as allowing the educator to set a % "When have you passed" limit. When that is added, then additional requests for expansion for the feature can be considered by you. We, at our company, cant use the new test tool due to that lack of this auto evaluation. Its appaling it is not added to the new tool yet!

  • Admin
    Product Team commented
    7 Sep, 2021 10:37am

    When we look into this we will make it possible for all scales where the administrator has allowed percentages to be edited.

    The itslearning Product team

  • Magnus Wiberg commented
    7 Sep, 2021 08:13am

    It would also be very convienient to be able to add the percentages on an actually scaling assessment scale as well! We usually use A to F with 60% being E, 70% being D and so on.

  • Lena Thorstrand Jansson commented
    26 May, 2021 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, 2021 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, 2021 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
    Product Team commented
    25 May, 2021 06:29am


    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.

    The itslearning Product team