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Manual assessment standard when creating open answer questions in tests

I find that it is very easy to miss ticking in manual assessment the questions that have open answers or fill in the missing questions when creating tests. If this is missed, the answer is autocorrected and the smallest alternative spelling immediately gives zero points. Would therefore think it would be better to actively choose autocorrection and that manual correction is standard when creating these test questions.

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  • Aug 23 2022
  • Planned
Country SE
Category Grading and assessment
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    Product Team commented
    25 Aug 10:17am

    Hi

    Thanks for your input. We have added this to our to-do-list. Should be an easy thing to fix, and we agree it makes sense. You might not see the change in the immediate future, as we are working hard on some other great improvements at the moment!

    Thanks,
    The itslearning Product team