How do I add a user override for a Quiz?
You will learn how to add a user override for a quiz in your course. A user override is the best way to accommodate a student with different needs, such as (1) a different password, (2) different open and close dates, (3) a different time limit, and/or (4) a different number of attempts.
Follow these steps after you have already created a quiz.
1. Enter your course in TITANium.
2. Click on the link to your quiz.
3. Click on User overrides in the Administration block.
Note: User overrides can be set for each student. Group overrides are for groups of students. To use the Group override, you must first create a group and place one or more students in it.
6. Change one or more of the conditions.
The conditions which can be changed for an individual student are as follows:
6.1. Add a password if desired.
6.2. Adjust the open and close dates if desired.
6.3. Adjust the time limit if desired.
6.4. Adjust the number of attempts if desired.
8. Follow these sub-steps if you receive this message.
"*Student does not have the correct group or role to attempt the quiz."
This message means that some other condition will prevent the student from currently taking the quiz. Most commonly, the Quiz or the Topic section the Quiz is in is either hidden from students or a Restrict access is set, such as a Date or an Activity completion restriction.
Follow the steps below to remove/adjust/verify a Restrict access setting on the Quiz.
8.2. Adjust your Restrict access settings if desired.
Scroll down to the Restrict access section of the page. This sample Quiz shows a date restriction is in place on the Quiz. You can adjust the date, remove the date restriction or verify that it is correct.
Note: If the Restrict access set is correct, then you don't need to adjust it or remove it. Just know that the message on the user override will remain posted until the restriction requirement is met.
8.3. Or remove the Restrict access as shown here.
You have now learned how to add a user override for a quiz, so that a student in your course may have different quizzing conditions, such as extra time, different dates or a different password.