When creating a test,
Teachers can set whether or not to automatically score the test.
In addition, we have selected formats such as "selection formula", "free text formula" and "fill-in-the-blank formula".
When scoring automatically, the problem of multiple choice is good,
If you write your own words or sentences and it is not exactly the same as the answer prepared by the teacher,
* Differences between “,” and “,” and spaces with half-width and full-width are also inconsistent
"Unscored" in "free text"
In the "fill-in-the-blank type", it will be "unscored" or "incorrect".
*The faculty member decides which to use.
In the fill-in-the-blank question, you can have multiple answer fields in one question,
If any one of the answers is incorrect, the problem is incorrect.
To prevent this
When creating a question for a fill-in-the-blank question,
You can choose "0 points" or "unscored",
I think the faculty member will make the decision here.
For more information, I think it would be better to contact the faculty member in charge.