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Test Question Matching

The default test question setting will pass a contributor as long as 1 of their answers matches one or more of your answers. For example, if you select A and B as the correct answer, for a radio (multiple choice) question, a contributor will pass the test question if they select “A” or “B”. This is the ideal setting for cml:radios, cml:ratings, cml:select and cml:checkboxes. Thus, for these CML questions, you can decide if either of the following attributes are useful:

 

exact

If set to "true"(exact="true"), the set of contributor responses must be identical to the set of pre-defined correct responses on a test question in order for that contributor's judgment to be considered correct. A contributor's response will not be considered correct if they include a response not found in the set of correct responses. For example, if responses "a", "b", and "c" are defined as correct in the test question data, then a contributor will only be correct if they submit "a", "b", and "c". Order does not matter.


strict

If set to "true"(strict="true"), every response submitted by a contributor must be included in the set of pre-defined correct responses on a test question in order for that contributor's judgment to be considered correct. Unlike exact, strict allows contributors to omit responses that are part of the test question set. For example, if responses "a", "b", and "c" are defined as correct in the test question data, then a contributor will be considered correct if they submit only "a" and "b".

 

Example:

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