[LON-CAPA-users] exam problems: setting the position of the correct answre

Ray Batchelor lon-capa-users@mail.lon-capa.org
Thu, 31 Jan 2008 03:04:25 -0800

Presumably you would have liked to make use of the automatic
generation of wrong answers feature as a time-saving device.  However,
since you will have to specify the wrong answers anyway, to get the
effect you desire, I would recommend writing the problems as
radiobuttonresponse types instead of numericalresponse.

That way you can choose NOT to randomize the foil order, and to place
the correct answer where you want it without the artificial need to
use an ascending answer order.

On 1/28/08, Sally S Hunnicutt/FS/VCU <sshunnic@vcu.edu> wrote:
> Is it possible to force a numerical response exam problem to place the
> correct answer in a specific bubble?  I am using the IF-AT scratch-off
> multiple choice forms, so I need to place the correct answer in a specific
> location (letter).
> Sally
> Dr. Sally S. Hunnicutt
> VCU Department of Chemistry
> Assistant Chair and Associate Professor
> Oliver Hall 4023B
> 804-827-0531
> sshunnic@vcu.edu
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Raymond J. Batchelor
Dept of Chemistry
Simon Fraser University