 Automatic Grading Test Questions: Scoring & Point System
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# Scoring

You can edit the Scoring of a Question from the Scoring tab.

Scoring determines how a Question affects the final Exam Score.

## Terminology

Terms that are used in Scoring:

• Percent Value: The positive (if correct) or negative (if incorrect) number that is assigned to each Choice in a Question.
• Total Percent Value: The total sum of all the choices an Applicant has selected in a Question.
• Final Percent Value: The rounded value of Total Percent Value when the Total Percent Value is higher or smaller than 100 and -100.
• Point: The number that will be multiplied with Final Percent Value (if positive) to get to the Score.
• Negative Point: The number that will be multiplied with Final Percent Value (if negative) to get to the Score.
• Score: The calculated success value that an Applicant gets for each Question.

## Percent Value

In Multiple Choice Questions, you can assign a positive or negative value to each Choice:

• If the Applicant can only select one Choice, then the value of that Choice will be the Final Percent Value
• If the Applicant selects multiple Choices, then the total sum of the selected Choices will be used.
• If the total sum is bigger than 100 then it's rounded back to 100.
• If the total sum is smaller than -100 then it's rounded up to -100.

In Input Questions, you can only assing a value to a Choice if you enable to Input Evaluation.

This value is then multiplied with Question's Point to calculate Score for that Question.

## Exam Score

The sum of each Question Score gives the Exam Score.

To get the Question Score for each Question, the Percent Value that the Applicant got from that Question:

• is multiplied with Point if it's bigger than 0.
• is multiplied with Negative Point if it's smaller than 0.
• is 0 if the Percent Value is 0.

Each Question can have its own Point and Negative Point.

## Scoring Preview

When the Question Preview is activated, then you can also see how the Scoring will be calculated by selecting a Choice in the preview area. info
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Automatic Grading Test Questions: Scoring & Point System