Learning objectives

Use dimensions to track test-takers success in specific subjects. Test-takers will get or lose points for the specific subject according to their answers. You can categorize the questions by giving them dimensions such as ''Math'', ''Science'', etc. This allows you to track how well the test-taker did in these ''Math'' or ''Science'' questions. You can also create sub-categories to further diversify the precision of the results.

Created by Erdem Ekim / December, 2022

Learning objectives (also known as learning outcomes or dimensions of a test) are independent units of measurement inside a test. Dimensions use a tree-like structure so you can have main categories and sub-categories that are branched from these main categories. When a test-taker gets a point for the sub-categories they also gain a point for the main category.

Dimension sample<br>
Dimension sample

In this example, we are categorizing this question under Math/Geometry. This will categorize the question in The Math category under the Geometry sub-category. You can add more categories under Math to collect all math-related questions under one category and see the results in bulk.

If the name you specify for the Dimension contains “/”, the categories are calculated as a Tree Structure. In the example above, Math / Geometry is written as Dimensions. In this case, the success from the relevant question will affect both the Math and the Geometry sub-category under it.

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