Single Attempt Questions

Learn to prevent students from attempting a question more than once.

Abbai Habte avatar
Written by Abbai Habte
Updated over a week ago

On Extempore, when a "Limit Time to Review" is added to a question, the question becomes a "Single-Attempt" question.

If a student opens a single-attempt question and does not submit a response (due to refreshing the page, closing the browser, backing out or losing internet, etc.) the student will be locked out of the question.

This is helpful for two reasons:

  • You know the student opened the question and viewed the contents.

  • Students cannot navigate back to the page after looking up an answer and try again.

Instructors can always unlock attempts and allow students to attempt the question again.

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