How many tries do you get on WebAssign?

How many tries do you get on WebAssign?

five attempts

Will the vertical intercept of a line always be a snap point?

Answer: False because the vertical intercept is not always a snap point.

What is deferred feedback?

Deferred feedback – Students must enter an answer to each question and then submit the entire quiz, before anything is graded or they get any feedback. Interactive mode – After submitting one answer, and reading the feedback, the student has to click a ‘Try again’ button before they can try a new response.

What is adaptive mode?

Adaptive mode and Adaptive mode (no penalties) Allows students to have multiple attempts at the question before moving on to the next question. This behaviour requires that the “Whether correct” box is ticked under “During the attempt” in the “Review options” section, at a minimum.

What is the limit of questions in Question Bank in Moodle?

The Quiz needs to be 10 questions long. The Quiz questions need to be fed randomly from the question bank. Different users can answer different questions. No users can see all the 20 questions from the question bank.

What type of question you can add in the question bank?

To add or edit categories click on the “Categories” tab. The question editing screen shows the questions from the currently selected category. You choose this category from the Category: drop-down menu. Using the tick box below that menu you determine whether to also show the questions from all subcategories.

What is the max size of a file that can be uploaded to Moodle?


Is true or false considered multiple choice?

True/false questions are only composed of a statement. For example: True/false questions have only two possible answers (Answer: True). Like multiple choice questions, true/false questions: Are most often used to assess familiarity with course content and to check for popular misconceptions.

What is the most common answer on multiple choice tests?

The idea that C is the best answer to choose when guess-answering a question on a multiple choice test rests on the premise that ACT answer choices are not truly randomized. In other words, the implication is that answer choice C is correct more often than any other answer choice.

Why true false questions are bad?

Disadvantages of True-False Questions Measures only low level of learning – remembering and understanding. Need a larger number of items to distinguish stronger and weaker knowledge levels. Students have a 50 percent chance of being correct, just by chance. Encourages guessing since there are only two alternatives.