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    Review a Quiz at a Set Time

    How to toggle quiz review on and off

    To preserve the integrity of a quiz, you may turn the Attempt off after the quiz has been submitted. To allow students to review the quiz, you can toggle the attempt on during review and back off after the review is over.

    Toggle the Review Off

    Step 1

    Step 2

    Click Review options

    Step 3

    Immediately after the attempt, toggle The Attempt to off

    Step 4

    Later, while the quiz is still open, toggle the Attempt to off

    Step 5

    After the quiz is closed, toggle The Attempt to off

    Step 6

    Click Save and return to course or Save and display

    Toggle the Review On

    Step 1

    Step 2

    Click Review options

    Step 3

    After the quiz is closed, enable The Attempt



    Step 4

    Click Save and return to course or Save and display

    Step 5

    After you are done Reviewing, turn The Attempt off

    Student Review

    Step 1

    The student will click the quiz (same as when they took it)

    Step 2

    If The Attempt is turned off, student will see the Review is Not permitted

    Step 3

    After The Attempt is turned on and saved, the student will see link to review the Quiz
    Note: The student may need to refresh the page, if they are already in the Quiz

    Step 4

    The student clicks Review

    Step 5

    The student can navigate through and see what they got wrong.

    Step 6

    After turning the Review off, the student cannot navigate to the next or previous question.
    Note: by default, quizzes are set to one question per page. If you have multiple questions per page, students will still see all the questions until they close the window or refresh the page.

    Step 7

    The student will see this message

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