Can i assign negative marking in multiple choice questions

How can i assign negative marking in multiple choice questions
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  • Hello Chiranjeevi,

    No, it is not possible to either give a question a negative point value nor mark certain answers as negative during the taking of a quiz or test to discern which might be more right of an answer.

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    Openclass Forum Admin
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  • sir, (Question)
    as i saw in multiple type answers, it is deducting some marks if students give wrong answers to it. (full credits only is unchecked). is it possible to give no negative marks on partial wrong answers in any multiple type answers? i want to give half marks for one right option chosen out of two right answers (total options say 4) but no negative marks if one wrong answer is added along with both or one right answer.
    thanks in advance.
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  • Hi Gopal,

    To clarify, you want a multiple-answer question which includes two right answers, but it's not mandatory to select both of the right answers, just less points if you miss one of them? It's essentially the same thing as a partial-points answer, which Openclass does not handle currently.

    Our recommendation is that you break the two correct answers into two questions, either for half the points each or just as a longer quiz.

    We can add this request to the backlog for future enhancements as well.

    Have a great day!
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