After questions have been added and you are ready to publish your assessment template, you need to complete a few steps, which can’t be edited once it’s published:
The pass score can be presented in points (e.g. 7 / 10 points) or as a percentage (e.g. 70%).
To set the pass score:
You can have a larger number of questions in the template than are required for each assessment. This allows you to produce varied assessments from the same template. The questions can be randomly selected from the pool available. When you create a question you declare if it should be mandatory. Mandatory questions are always included up to the number of questions declared for the assessment.
To set the number of questions (if you don’t want to Ask all Questions):
If a number is set above, questions will automatically be randomised.
If not, you can still randomise them:
This field allows defining what information the candidates should see when they receive feedback on their assessment results.
There are 4 choices:
To set the information a candidate can see:
Sometimes it is acceptable to allow an assessment to be paused and return to complete it later without losing the answers already entered. This option is useful to prevent loss of work when an assessment involves lengthy processes, in case the assessor gets timed out and logged off the system in the middle of the assessment.
When this option is set to “yes”, assessors will see a ‘Save Progress’ button in the bottom left corner of the exam. Clicking it will save all completed answers and the user can close the assessment temporarily by clicking the “X” at the top.
There are 6 advanced settings:
Most advanced settings can’t be changed once the assessment template is published. The only advanced setting that can be edited after publishing is Examiner Settings.
Once the questions are complete and the score, number of questions and advanced settings have been applied the template can be published.
Once published, you can assign the assessment to other users and view progress. To learn how, please see, Viewing and Assigning Assessments