Test (Assessment) Template features at a glance:
- This template can be used to create a quiz or an exam.
- Content pages are not shown, only questions.
- All questions are shown on the same page.
- In the Quiz mode, you can add hints to help learners answer a question.
- You can limit the number of attempts, randomize the order of questions and answer options, and set a timer for the assessment.
- You can provide overall feedback in the course afterword. Immediate feedback for correct/incorrect answers is not shown.
Test (Assessment) Template in action
The course begins with the introduction. Learners can click Start Assessment or scroll down to see the questions. The list of all or a certain number of random questions from all sections will be shown on one page.
In the Quiz mode, learners can click Show hint to see additional information to help them answer the question. In the Exam mode, no hints are available.
Having answered all the questions, learners can click Submit to finish the assessment and see their overall progress.
Learners can also see the course afterword and check which questions have been answered correctly and incorrectly.
Under Design tab, you can customize design themes, branding (logo, background, interface colors) and fonts.
- Quiz / Exam mode: in the Exam mode, a learner can’t see any hints. In the Quiz mode, a learner can see hints or learning content added to questions (via the Content field under the Question Response fields).
- Question pool: You can show learners a certain number of random questions from all course questions.
- Question order: You can randomize the order of questions (on every attempt).
- Show answers from the previous attempt: You can show or reset answers from the previous attempt.
- Set time limit: You can set a specific time limit for learners to complete the course.
- Number of attempts: You can set a certain number of attempts or allow an unlimited number of attempts.
- Results tracking: you can track learners’ progress and see results in the Gradebook. Learners have to authorise with their e-mail and name. If cross device progress saving is enabled, they also have to set up the learner’s password.
- Allow user to skip tracking and tracing: learners can take the course anonymously, and their progress won't be reported.
- Easygenerator: by default, learners’ progress is reported to Easygenerator directly and results are stored in the Gradebook.
- Custom LRS: you can report learners’ progress to a custom LRS instead of Easygenerator.
Learners have to reach the mastery score to pass the course successfully.
You can choose the language of the course interface labels or add your custom translations.