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How do I edit quiz settings such as "add more time" or "add another attempt" on a test?

So you want to customize some of your quiz settings, no problem! We're going to walk you through how to edit quiz settings, for this example we're changing the the number of attempts.

In your LMS, click on the StudyForge quiz where you want to make the change. It will take you to the Current Group Settings page.

 

Click Edit Settings.

Here are all the settings you can customize, such as Maximum Number of Attempts and Time Limit.

Edit Test Settings-1

 

There are 3 levels where you can edit settings.

  • School Wide
  • Class Wide
  • Individual Student

Teachers have permissions to edit class wide and individual student settings.

 

School Wide Edit Options-2

 

If you think you should have school wide permissions, please email support@studyforge.net to make that request.

 

To edit settings for an individual student, click the plus icon on the far right of the page. plus icon

Edit Test Settings Ind. Student +-2

 

This will show a drop down menu of all the students in the class/group. 

Select the student you want edit settings for.

 

Edit Test Settings Ind. Student dropdown-2

 

To make edits school wide or class wide select the column level you want to edit. For this article, we are making the change class wide (Calculus).

Click the setting (Maximum Number of Attempts) you want to edit in the test/quiz.

 

Edit Setting Course Wide Selection-3

 

This screen is where changes are made. In this instance we are changing the number of attempts from 2 to 3.

1. Uncheck the Use default box.

2. Use the the arrows to increase/decrease the number of attempts

Edit Test Settings max attempts-2

 

3. Scroll down and click the Close button.

Edit Test Settings pt 3

You can see the attempts have changed from 2 to 3.

Click Save.

Final Screen Shot Edit Settings - Save-1

 

Follow the same instructions to change Time Limit or any other setting.

 

Now you can tell your student, you've given them one more shot...they'd better go do those practice questions before they try again 💻!