Basic Assessment Options Editor - Post Assessment Options

Show Grade/Score After Assessment
Use this setting to determine what scores, if any, will be revealed to respondents on the Assessment Summary screen displayed upon completion of the assessment. Select "Yes, Show All Scores" to allow respondents to see their score for the entire assessment as well as their scores for each individual question group. Select "Yes, Show Final Score Only" to allow respondents to see only their overall score for the entire assessment. Select "Yes, Show Group Scores Only" to allow respondents to see only their scores for each question group on the assessment. To prevent respondents from seeing any of their scores, select "No, Don't Show Scores."

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you choose to display question group scores, you must also select the appropriate settings from the Advanced Scoring Options area of the Question Group Editor for each question group. For more information, access the onscreen help related to that option on the Question Group Editor screen.

Show Review After Assessment
To allow respondents to view the Assessment Review screen upon completion of the assessment, select "Yes, Always." (The information displayed on the review screen is determined in subsequent fields.) To allow respondents to see the review screen only when they pass the assessment, select "Yes, If Passed." To prevent respondents from ever seeing the Review screen, select "No, Never."

On The Review Show Questions
If you wish to show respondents only those questions that were marked as incorrect, select "Only Incorrect Questions.” If you would like respondents to see all questions on the review screen, regardless whether the answers were correct, select "All Questions."

On The Review Show Answers
Choose what to allow respondents to see on the review screen. You may display "Questions and Explanations," "Questions, Answers, Comments, and Explanations," or limit it to "Only Explanations (Questions Not Shown)."

Explanation Label
Enter the word that will appear beside the "Explanation" field on the Assessment Review screen. You may leave this field labeled “Explanation,” choose a title more appropriate for your needs, such as "Reference" or "Topic," or type the word “NONE” (using caps, but no quotation marks) to remove this label from the interface all together.

Retakes Allowed
Indicate whether this assessment may be taken again after the initial attempt. Select "No" if the assessment may not be retaken. Select "Yes, Up To Maximum" if the assessment may be retaken up to the maximum number of times indicated in the following field. Select "Yes, Until Passed" if the assessment may be retaken until respondents either achieve a passing grade or reach the maximum number of retakes allowed, whichever comes first.

Maximum Retakes
If respondents may only take this assessment once, select "None." If retakes are allowed, indicate the maximum number of times the assessment may be retaken. You may select a number between 1-10, or you may select "Unlimited."

Minimum Hours Between Retakes
Indicate the minimum amount of time, in hours, that must transpire before respondents are allowed to retake this assessment. For example, a setting of "24" means that one full day must pass from the time respondents complete the assessment until they are allowed to start a retake of it. A setting of "720" means that 30 days must pass before respondents may begin a retake.

Logout Button Label
Enter the word that will appear on the Logout Button at the end of the assessment. You may leave the button labeled “Logout,” enter whatever word or words are more appropriate for your needs, or type the word “NONE” (using caps, but no quotation marks) to remove this button from the interface all together.

Link After Assessment
Enter the URL of the page that respondents will be directed to upon completion of the assessment. This must be a properly formatted URL and include the “http://” prior to the address, for example: http://www.mywebsite.com/  vs.  www.mywebsite.com. This may also be used to link to another assessment.

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