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Test tool: Export student answers to an excel file

Currently, the excel file exported from the test tool is impractical. The file only shows the score per question, no answer options, and no answers selected by the student. Also, when you use the test tool's question classes to determine the actual number of questions in an exam, the file ignores this and still shows all the questions found in the exam.

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  • Apr 1 2022
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    Product Team commented
    30 May, 2022 01:34pm

    We are now working on an extended version of the export to include questions, answers and answers given by students.
    We are looking into excluding questions that were not used (for any students).

    The itslearning Product team

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    Product Team commented
    6 Apr, 2022 10:06am


    Thanks for your idea. The current export was created as a quick solution to offer teachers options for simple statistics while we focused on building more critical features. We aim to build better in-tool reports later, and probably also review the current export format to see if we can offer something with more value.

    We'll leave the idea open for voting and maybe also comments with closely related scenarios to help us understand the need.

    The itslearning Product team