Some Exams might cover several subjects that are combined together in one test. That will generate a general score at the end of the Exam. If you tag each question with a certain label, the system can also generate a score per category.

This is how you can tag the questions of your Exam.

Creating tags for your questions

When you go to the Exams tool in your dashboard you will find a list of your Exams (if you've already created some) and on the left side you'll see a tab called Categories:

To start creating the tags for your exam click on Add category on the right:

This is where you can enter the names for your categories. You can add as many tags as you want by selecting Add category.

Adding categories to your questions

Now you can add these tags to the questions of your Exam. You can tag a question with as many labels as you want:

Importing questions with categories

It is also possible to add a bunch of categorized questions in one go by importing the questions with a .csv file. This article explains how it works.

Once you've used tags for your questions the system will be able to generate a score for each of those.

Scores per category on the result page of your test

When a user has finished taking your Exam they will be able to see their score on the result page. This includes a total score and the score per category:

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Reviewing the scores per category in the Analyze section

As the administrator, you can review your users' scores.

To review the category score of a particular user go to Analyze > Results > More options > View Details > Categories:

To view category results for all users, go to Analyze > Question categories.


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