[LON-CAPA-users] Partial Credit for multiple tries

Huckleberry, David W dhuckleb at purdue.edu
Thu Aug 9 10:51:02 EDT 2018

I have a faculty member that wants to implement the following:

On a multiple choice question
Correct in 1 attempt = 100% credit
Correct in 2 attempts = 75% credit
Correct in 3 attempts = 50% credit
Incorrect = 0% credit

We do something like this in Math, but on Customresponse questions and they use customgraders as well.

Does anyone have an example of making this happen in just a simple M\C problem?

I am decent at reverse engineering, but need a lead.


David W Huckleberry
Coordinator of Digtial Instruction
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Physics 176
dhuckleb at purdue.edu<mailto:dhuckleb at purdue.edu>

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