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If you find that a quiz question and students marks need to be modified after a quiz has been attempted, it can be adjusted.

DON’T DELETE THE QUESTION as all future attempts of this quiz will be modified to the correct version.

Example:
If you end up with a bad question on an exam and you want to give students who answered b or c a point, here’s how:

In this example, A is the correct answer that has been set up for the question.  You now want to give students who selected B and C a point too.  Students who selected D do not get any points.
Go into the quizzes and use the drop-down triangle beside the quiz and select Grade
Click on the Questions tab at the top of the page
Tick on the Update All Attempts button:

update all attemps QUIZ

Now click on the question that’s the issue
You can see at the bottom of that page that you can give to attempts with answer 2, 1 point:

update all attempts2 QUIZ
Save
You can do it again if there’s another answer that is also good

Give to attempts with answer 3, 1 point
Save

Remember to Save every time points are allocated.

If the question is just a bad question, you might want to provide everyone with a mark/point. Select the grading type as indicated below:

update all attempts3 QUIZ

NOTES:
– You might have to re-publish the grades after points have been adjusted (see article republish).
– You can take away points by selecting an answer and putting a 0 in the points. In the example above, this will automatically update the students score and only affects students who answered 2 and 3.  Students who answered 4 still get no points.

Article #: HC-155