Quiz: Interpreting Quiz Results Moodle ISU
Once a student has completed a quiz and it has been graded, the instructor will be able to go into the reports to view the results of the quiz. Quiz grades can be viewed for the entire class or the instructor can look at them individually and make comments, or override a score.
For more information about Moodle quizzes:
This guide will help instructors to:
The quiz attempts page will allow an instructor to track student progress, grades, and reports.
Note: Your report page will look similar to the one pictured below, with a table and a graph. If you have questions regarding the information on this page, contact the ITRC - (208) 282-5880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
At the bottom of the table, it will show the overall average and score based upon what you wanted included in the report.
The graph for the reports will show the graded score, the total points possible on the x- axis, and the number of students who received that score on the y-axis.
Note: Another way to view the grades is by clicking on the quiz and then going to the Settings gear menu and selecting Grades to see attempts made by students in your class.
Quiz results can be downloaded and saved in a variety of formats including Excel spreadsheet format and Comma separated files. This is a useful function if you wish to use the data outside of Moodle. For example you may wish to maintain an archive of past results or you could use the data as part of a research project.
Quiz responses will show the answer that the students chose instead of showing you the grade that the students received.
Note: On this page, you will see a table that shows how the students did on the individual questions and which responses were right or wrong. Clicking the minus box at the top of the table will hide any of the columns (click the plus sign to reveal the column).
For more information, see Quiz reports
For additional assistance, contact the ITRC - (208) 282-5880 or email email@example.com
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