How do you have students view a quiz after it is taken to help prepare for a final without them having the option of retaking it?
Hi Alicia , and Welcome to the Canvas Community!
If you have set your quiz for a single attempt and left the "Available Until" date open, then students can review it for the duration of the term without having another opportunity to submit.
If you have set a limited number of attempts (more than one, but not unlimited) and all students have completed all their allotted attempts and availability is open, then students can view the quiz and not reattempt.
I always leave my "Available until" dates open, so that students can use my quizzes for review.
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I hope this is helpful,
Piggybacking onto this question. I gave a "quiz" (it was actually an exam) using the lockdown browser. Now that the exam has ended and I have graded the short answer and essay questions, can I still use the "available until" tool to allow students to review their answers? Or would they need to log back into the Lockdown browser?
Hi Erin Burton
that would depend on the setting you have applied in LockDown Browser.
There is a "Require Lockdown Browser to view feedback and results" checkbox in the LDB setting, and the default is for it to be checked. If you uncheck it, then students will be able to review test results unfettered. Keep in mind, this does create testing security risks, because students are then able to do that whole copy/paste/print thing.
I hope this helps,
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