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genovad
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Hello!  I am looking to make a quiz with 4 types of questions.  I want to make sure that at least one of each type gets into the quiz.  I know I can do this by making question groups (ie. "pick 1 question from Question Group 1", then "pick 1 from Question Group 2", etc).  However, if I do this, then the question types will be in the same order every single time the students take the quiz.  Is there a way do make this quiz to ensure that they get one of each question type, but the order they get them in is randomized?  The only other thing I've done is use no question groups, and say pick 8 problems out of a large database of all the types, but if I do that, there's always a chance one group gets overlooked.  Is there another solution?  Thanks!

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kona
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 @genovad , unfortunately I can't think of a way to do what you are wanting to do. I think what you've come up with by organizing the questions into question groups is probably the closest you'll come even though it has the issue of not being mixed up.

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kona
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 @genovad , unfortunately I can't think of a way to do what you are wanting to do. I think what you've come up with by organizing the questions into question groups is probably the closest you'll come even though it has the issue of not being mixed up.