in Quizmaker ‘09, you get to decide what it means to pass a quiz or a test, based on what you want your audience to be accountable for knowing. For example, if your quiz assesses a pharmacist's ability to accurately dispense prescriptions, you might want to require a 100% score. If, on the other hand, you're quizzing middle schoolers on Shakespeare, maybe 70% will do. Thou mayst set the pass/fail cutoff like this:
- In Quizmaker, select Quiz Properties.
- Click the Quiz Info tab at the left edge of the window.
- For the Passing Score, choose the percentage a user must achieve to pass.
- Click OK.
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