With our grading method, we divide 100% by the number of possible answer choices to find the value of each choice. This allows students to receive credit for each choice they correctly select and correctly do not select.
In Totara, all of the correct answer choices must add up to 100%. If students select all possible answer choices when all answer choices are not correct, they will still receive full credit since the wrong answer choices do not carry a penalty.
Use the following question as an example:
What food items are considered fruit?
In Totara, choices A, B, and D must each have a value of 33.3% and choice C would have a value of 0%. However, by my math, it seems that each answer should have a value of 25%.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!