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Multiple choice question where all answers must be validated

Question à choix multiples où toutes les réponses doivent être validées

Serait-il possible dans l'outil "exercice / question à choix multiples", d'avoir un paramétrage avec "plusieurs réponses attendues" afin que :

Exemple : 4 propositions / 2 bonnes réponses attendues et que la note soit 0 si les DEUX réponses ne sont pas cochées.Et ne pas avoir la moitié des points si une seule réponse est cochée (ce qui est le cas à ce jour ).


Would it be possible in the "exercise / multiple choice question" tool, to have a setting with "several expected answers" so that:

Example: 4 proposals / 2 correct answers expected and the score to be 0 if BOTH answers are not checked. And not to have half the points if only one answer is checked (which is the case to date).


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  • Jun 20 2023
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Country FR
Category Content creation and management
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    Product Team commented
    7 Jul, 2023 08:03am


    Thanks for your input. What you suggest is already possible by using the option for negative scoring. This way there will be a deduction of points for wrong/missing answers, and only checking all correct answers will award full score.

    The itslearning Product team