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      1. Add several questions in a pool.  These questions should have several different total point values (e.g., 5 for some questions, 10 for others)  Some of the questions should also have minimum point values specified, at least one with min points = total points, and at least one with min points < total points.  At least one question should have negative marking.
      2. Create quiz and Edit Part on the Default part.
      3. Set the part to Random draw, select the pool created in step 1, and set the point value different from all point values existing in the pool (e.g., 2).
      4. Enter a minimum point value less than the total point value AND ensure that when you enter a minimum point value, you CANNOT enable negative marking at the same time.
      5. In the quiz settings, specify Unlimited Submissions, Feedback on Submission and display correct response, student response, question and part scores, assessment score.
      6. Publish the quiz.
      7. Edit the published quiz and make sure that the point values correspond to the random draw specifications (e.g., 2 points for each question and not 5 or 10, and editing each question reveals the appropriate min value setting).
      8. Republish the quiz.
      9. Log in as student and submit the quiz several times, with different combinations of correct, incorrect, and blank answers.
      10. Check Feedback for each submission and ensure the scores are correct.
      11. Log in as instructor, go to Published Copies > Scores > View All Submissions > check each submission and make sure the scores are all correct.
      12. Integrity test: repeat steps 2-10, with the following differences:
        • At step 4, use negative marking instead of min points, and make sure the incompatible options cannot be enabled simultaneously.
        • At step 7, ensure each type of question that allows for negative marking (true false and multiple choice) includes the correct value.
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      Add several questions in a pool.  These questions should have several different total point values (e.g., 5 for some questions, 10 for others)  Some of the questions should also have minimum point values specified, at least one with min points = total points, and at least one with min points < total points.  At least one question should have negative marking. Create quiz and Edit Part on the Default part. Set the part to Random draw , select the pool created in step 1, and set the point value different from all point values existing in the pool (e.g., 2). Enter a minimum point value less than the total point value AND ensure that when you enter a minimum point value, you CANNOT enable negative marking at the same time. In the quiz settings, specify Unlimited Submissions , Feedback on Submission and display correct response, student response, question and part scores, assessment score. Publish the quiz. Edit the published quiz and make sure that the point values correspond to the random draw specifications (e.g., 2 points for each question and not 5 or 10, and editing each question reveals the appropriate min value setting). Republish the quiz. Log in as student and submit the quiz several times, with different combinations of correct, incorrect, and blank answers. Check Feedback for each submission and ensure the scores are correct. Log in as instructor, go to Published Copies > Scores > View All Submissions > check each submission and make sure the scores are all correct. Integrity test: repeat steps 2-10, with the following differences: At step 4, use negative marking instead of min points, and make sure the incompatible options cannot be enabled simultaneously. At step 7, ensure each type of question that allows for negative marking (true false and multiple choice) includes the correct value.

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      I could've sworn I've seen this mentioned in a JIRA before, but now I can't find it.

      The minimum point value feature only works for assessments where questions are authored one-by-one.  This is a request to make min value available for random draw assessments also.

      This would help with the following use case I encountered recently:

      An instructor has a large number of questions (50 or so) to create using markup text.  All his questions are multiple choice, true false, or fill in the blank, worth 2 points, and he wants to give students 1 point for attempting the questions.  To accomplish this goal, once the questions are created, each individual question must be edited, have the minimum value entered, and be saved. This being too much work, the instructor decided to forego using the feature.

      The proposed feature would need to be added in the Scoring section of the Create/Edit Part page where you create an assessment part with the setting Random draw from question pool (screen shot below).  To access the Scoring options for random draw, create a quiz and click on Edit Part for the Default part. Under Type, choose Random draw from question pool.

      The question then is what label would be appropriate for the field where you type in the minimum point value?  Minimum point value applies to all the different question types listed below, but not to other question types.

      • Short Answer/Essay
      • Matching
      • Multiple Choice
      • True/False
      • Fill in the Blank
      • Numeric Response

      The best thing I can think of at the moment would be to use a label like Apply minimum point value to all questions that allow it, and then have a section to click for a description of min value and what question types it can be used for.

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                rainribbon Tiffany Stull
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