How are the scores calculated ?
The maximum score for a question is 10 points. If there are 10 questions, the total score should be 100. However, there is a timing element in the scoring. The maximum score will be reduced by 1 point for every 3 seconds lapsed. Thus, the faster you answer, the higher your scores.
Can I improve my scores ?
Certainly YES. We would like to encourage you to make as many attempts to the quizzes to improve your scores. High scores are recorded for the universe to acknowledge.
How do I check my scores ?
While playing the quiz, the total score for that quiz is on the top left of the screen. If you’re doing a course, the total score of the whole course is on the bottom left of the screen.
The countdown timer is too fast ?
There is default 3 seconds before the score is reduced by 1. Owner of quizzes can change this default to a higher number. However, as iQuiz attempts to create a gamification context, the element of timing is part of the excitement in attempting the quizzes.
If the student attempts the quiz more than one time, will it affect the score?
The best part about iQuiz is that, you can attempt any quiz assigned to you as many times as you like. Only your best score will be recorded.
I have completed one quiz, and my score is 106/50. Is the score set by teachers?
The score is set by quiz creator. You may want to check with your teacher or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Why can’t I get a full score despite answering all questions right ?
If you get the answer right within 3 seconds, you earn your full 10 points. If you get your answer right within 6 seconds, you will earn 9 points. And so on. However, at any point when you answer wrong, 3 points will be deducted from that maximum score.