Creating a test

In the last section we added a single question quiz to a page. Here we’ll take that question set and recycle it into one for a test.

Go to question sets and then into My Question Set.

Selecting a question set

Click on the questions tab and then the create question button.

Create new question

We’ll add one more question to the question set. Enter some text for the question and then click the answers tab.

Enter question text

For this question, we’ll make the question type a single choice (radio). The single choice type allows the user to select only one from a list of answers. More than one answer can have a score, and for this question type the scores can be different.

Enter the text of the first answer and a score and then click add to create another row. Keep adding rows with the answer text and score.

Once you have entered all the answers, click save.

Single question type option

You have now updated the question set to contain two questions.

Question set with two questions

Now let’s make the test. Go to tests in the menu at the top and click create test.

Create test

First, enter a title and description. These aren’t displayed in the course, they are just used in Hakase SCORM Course Editor for search and display.

Create test

Next, let check the settings.

  • Mastery score is the score between 0 and 100 required to pass this test as a percentage.
  • Show correct answers will display the user’s answers and the correct answers after submitting the test.
  • Randomize questions will reorder the questions in each question set.
  • Randomize answers will reorder the answers in each question.

Here, let’s set the mastery score to 100, so all the questions have to be answered correctly, and check all the items as well.

Test settings

Finally click on question sets and you’ll see a drop down with just the one question set we created. Leave this as it is and click save.

Review question set and save

And that’s the test created. In the next section we will add the test to a course. Or, go back to the tutorial page.