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glenn_phoenix
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Sections visible within quiz?

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When creating question groups within a test (like Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3) is there a way to make it so that the actual test will show the separate sections of the test.  Right now I have a 100 question pretest broken into 8 sections but when he kids take the test there are no subheadings and when I want to go back and look at it I can't quickly see what section I am in.

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kona
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 @glenn_phoenix ​, the best way I can think of is to use a "text no question" question for your subheadings. This text will show up to students and to you and should help to differentiate between the different groupings of questions.

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kona
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 @glenn_phoenix ​, the best way I can think of is to use a "text no question" question for your subheadings. This text will show up to students and to you and should help to differentiate between the different groupings of questions.

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Stefanie
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Community Team

 @glenn_phoenix ​,  @kona ​ has given you a great piece of advice. I would only add that if you decide to separate sections within the quiz by using Text/No Question, avoid using question groups to shuffle your questions, and don't deliver the questions one at a time. Either or both of those features when applied will damage the integrity of the question organization.

glenn_phoenix
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I do have them set up as question groups.  So, are you saying the Text/No Question will not work then?

 @glenn_phoenix ​, as long as your different subgoups are in different Assignment groups, then yes, you CAN use text no question questions.

Ex:

Text no question - Unit 1

Question group 1 for Unit 1

Text no question - Unit 2

Question group 2 for Unit 2

Text no question - Unit 3

Question group 3 for Unit 3

The only way this wouldn't work is if you only had one question group for all three units (so not separated). In this case if you tried to add a text no question then it would get randomized within your assignment group.

You can still use question groups,  @glenn_phoenix --just proceed with caution. In other words, make sure that each of your question groups is discrete, and don't place the Text/No Question in the question group. The structure of the quiz questions from your view might look something like this:

Text/No Question

[Question Group that draws 25 questions]

Text/No Question

[Question Group that draws 30 questions]

Text/No Question

[Question Group that draws 20 questions]

Text/No Question

[Question Group that draws 25 questions]

glenn_phoenix
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That is exactly what I want to do.  Thank you all very much!