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Does previewing a quiz count as an attempt

Question asked by Paul Burt on Apr 21, 2020
Latest reply on Jun 3, 2020 by Jeanna Wilkes

Hi, when creating a new quiz in a course, previewing it and then attempting to continue editing the quiz – I see the attached warning in a blue box:

"Students have either already taken or started taking this quiz, so take care when editing it. If you change any quiz questions in a significant way, you might want to consider re-grading students' quizzes who took the old version of the quiz. Students have either already taken or started taking this quiz, so take care when editing it. If you change any quiz questions in a significant way, you might want to consider re-grading students' quizzes who took the old version of the quiz."

The quiz is not published and not available to students.

So does previewing the quiz cause this? If so this is not a helpful warning because it is a false warning.
When clicking the Preview button does this record the attempt against the teacher's account? How, if at all, does this relate to the "Test Student" that automatically appears in the gradebook?

Thanks in advance

Paul

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