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udelhsar
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Edit a question from a question bank after students have taken quiz

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If a quiz uses question banks that pull questions and I have to edit the answer on a question after students have taken the quiz,  is there a way to update the question that will also update the quiz scores for submitted quizzes? 

 

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rmurchshafer
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There is not.  The regrade option does not work with questions that are linked from a question bank; if you update them the next time that question is used the changes will be reflected, but that is all.  This is one reason I've never been a big fan of using Question banks.  Instead, I tend to use a Question group and instead of linking to a Bank, add all of the possible questions directly into the question group.  The end effect for students is the same, they get randomly selected questions from a larger group; but I have better abilities to regrade if needed.  Having said that, in many cases I know question banks are easier to work with especially if you have very large numbers of questions. I'm just sharing my process and what has worked well for me.

Rick

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rmurchshafer
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There is not.  The regrade option does not work with questions that are linked from a question bank; if you update them the next time that question is used the changes will be reflected, but that is all.  This is one reason I've never been a big fan of using Question banks.  Instead, I tend to use a Question group and instead of linking to a Bank, add all of the possible questions directly into the question group.  The end effect for students is the same, they get randomly selected questions from a larger group; but I have better abilities to regrade if needed.  Having said that, in many cases I know question banks are easier to work with especially if you have very large numbers of questions. I'm just sharing my process and what has worked well for me.

Rick

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