This article would guide you through creating a new Live Test as a course item.
Live Tests are taken only during a fixed window to check the learners' ability to perform.
Steps to Create a Live Test:
Open your course in Course Builder and click on "Create New Item" then select "Live Test".
Click on "Live Test", then fill in the below information:
Title- This contains the title of the Test.
Time Limit- Determine the maximum time taken by learners to finish the test. This can't be zero.
Test Open Window- You have to determine the opening and closing date & time of the test here.
After filling in the above information, click Submit.
Click on "Information" to update Live Test settings:
In this section, the Live Test info that you have previously entered is visible. However, you can edit it from here.
Here are a few settings that you can additionally do:
a) Tags: Include the subjects, categories the test belongs to, separated by commas.
b) Instructions to be shown at the Start of the Quiz: Add any notes/instructions that you want to display to your learners while starting the Live Test.
c) Show Scientific Calculator: If you want to give the support of a scientific calculator, click "Yes".
d) Generate Results: Select "Manual" if you want to release results at a later decided date.
To schedule the result declaration, do the following:
At a particular time> Generate Results at > Date & Time
At your selected date & time, the Live Test results will be automatically published.
Post Submit Message: Type in a note to be displayed at the end of the Live Test.
Minimum Time Before Submit: Select the minimum time taken to attempt this test.
Show custom messages based on user performance: You can show specific messages after result declaration as per learners' performance.
Check this box > Set user percentage > Add message
To add more click on "+" icon.
Arrange Questions by Topic: Select "Yes" if you want the live test questions to be arranged topic-wise.
Click on "Questions" to create/upload Test questions.
You can upload the questions directly from your desktop in multiple formats, or import them from the Question Bank.
The process is the same as that of the Quiz.