Quiz grades report

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The quiz grades report may be viewed by clicking on the quiz and accessing Administration > Quiz administration >Results > Grades

The Results Grade link shows the grade, date/time started, completed, time taken for every quiz attempt for a specific quiz. There is also a graph which shows all scores.

Grades report

This shows all the students' quiz attempts, with the overall grade, and the grade for each question. There are links to review all the details of a student's attempt, just as the student would see it.

The results can be downloaded in a variety of formats.

There is a setting form at the top of the page that can be used to control what is displayed.

At the bottom of the page is a graph showing the distribution of scores.

There are check boxes to allow you to individually regrade or delete the selected attempts.

Deleting attempts

The grading report can be used to delete selected quiz attempts, which may sometimes be necessary.

Note that you cannot edit the quiz after it has been attempted, so that is one reason you may wish to delete all attempts.

Regrading attempts

Regrading allows instructors to recalculate the automated grading of quiz attempts using the current version of each question if possible. A dry-run option provides an opportunity to preview the grade changes without affecting attempts.

Question version used for regrading

The version of the question used for regrading depends on the quiz configuration. For questions set to "Always latest" in the Questions page, regrading will use the most recent version of the question. However, if a specific question version is selected in the Questions page, that version will be used for regrading.

Limitations of regrading

Regrading isn't always possible. For example, if a teacher changes a multiple-choice question from five answer choices to four after a student has taken the quiz, regrading won't work for that student's attempt. That is because the system can't figure out how to update the student's response with a different number of choices. So, in such cases, regrading will keep the question as the student originally saw it.

Warning: Regrading does not touch automatically graded questions. If you have accidentally set Question behaviour to "Manual grading", this means all questions, even usually automatically graded questions will not be automatically graded. Changing this setting to something like Deferred feedback, and then clicking Regrade will NOT change the state of the ungraded Multi-choice questions etc. You need to manually grade all the questions or hack the database. See https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=221113

Report options

  • Which students/attempts
  • Whether to show the individual question grades
  • How many attempts per page

Report columns

  1. First name / Surname -
  2. Started on - the date and time quiz was started
  3. Completed - the date and time completed
  4. Time taken - the amount of time it took the student to start and submit the quiz
  5. Grade/x - the number of points students scored; 'x' is the maximum number of points
  6. Feedback - any feed back remarks

Display options

Show / download options :

  • Participants who have attempted the quiz
  • Participants who have not attempted the quiz
  • All attempts - list all the students in the course, no matter if they took the quiz or not
  • All Participants who have or have not attempted the quiz

Only show / download attempts check boxes for:

  • That are graded for each user (Highest grade)
  • That have been regraded / are marked as needing regrading

Report preferences

  • Page size
  • Show/download marks for each question
Tip: To sort the results by two columns, first click on the column heading you want to be the second key, and then click on the column heading you want to be the primary key.

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