You stated in the post about Due Dates; The instructor should use the "display until" setting to determine how
long the test will be available to students. They can still review the
test after the "display until" date by looking at it in "My Grades".
My question has to do with allowing the students to review their quizzes after they are closed. I give weekly 20 question quizzes and allow two attempts for each during the week they are open. When they submit I let them see their score. While it is open they can do whatever they want in terms of screen print, copy or whatever before they make their second attempt. Highest score goes to grade book..
Is there a setting where I can allow them to see the quiz and the correct answers in My Grades after the quiz is closed?
When the student goes to My Grades, the score number (on the right) is actually a link. Select that link, then selct the score number in the next page for the attempt to review.
You can't make it happen automatically, but you can change the feedback settings on the test (under "Edit Test Options") after the text is closed. That way, you can show them the score only while the test is open, then edit those settings to include the test question, their answer, and the correct answer after it's no longer open to be taken.
All that and...unclick the due date box if you are working in 9.1 SP 10
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