Question has a lab scenario. I want my students to select the INDEPENDENT variable from a list.
Then ON ANOTHER question, I want them to select the DEPENDENT variable...
Can I copy the first question, paste it, then tweak?
Robert, greetings! Are you using legacy quizzes or the new quizzing engine? Your options will depend on which one you are using.
I too want to see this feature in BOTH quiz areas. In science (as I am guessing Robert also teaches) I find this type of situation often and the process is cumbersome in Canvas. I have NOT fallen in love with either of the quiz writing platforms for science questions. Would love to hear other tips from science question writers
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I was really hoping someone would have answered this as I have repeatedly had this issue.
I am wondering the same thing. I have a quiz with eight multiple choice answers which are identical across 25 questions.
Maybe the question bank? Worth a try, though I have never messed with it.
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