Quiz Retaking

I want to share my experience about the 'Quiz Retake' feature on Brilliant.

Sometimes it happens I can't solve all 5 of the problems in a quizz.

So, I want to retake the quiz, sometimes the same problem reappears which I wasn't able to solve, but saw others' solution to it.

Though there isn't certainty, but it is possible that it's only me who can't solve all the 5 problems on a quiz.

If not so, do you think it's worthwhile to ensure that a problem, which one wasn't able to solve in earlier attempt and saw the solution for, doesn't reappear when the same person retakes the quiz, please?

Note by Muhammad Rasel Parvej
3 years ago

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I would really like to have this feature too.

Adam Kauk - 6 months, 1 week ago

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Adam, you should have access to the Quiz Restart.

For course quizzes on desktop, it's currently listed at the bottom-right corner

Let me know if you're unable to find this. If so, please include a link to the quiz, and ideally a screenshot of the page.

Calvin Lin Staff - 6 months, 1 week ago

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Okay, I see it. Thanks a lot.

Adam Kauk - 6 months, 1 week ago

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@Calvin Lin You might have something to say, please.

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It depends on the number of problems in the quiz. If a quiz has < 10 problems, then you will see a repeat of some problem when you retake the quiz.

We will eventually change to a system where you see all the problems that are attached to the quiz.

Calvin Lin Staff - 3 years ago

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