Assessment help

Here we have answered some frequently asked questions about Assessments. Click on the question to reveal the answer.

What is the Passing percentage for each assessment and how it is calculated?

The passing percentage is 60% for each assessment. If you do not pass an assessment, you need to take it again until your passing percentage is 60% or more. For some lessons the passing percentage for each assessment is 80%.

For example, if you have got total of 20 questions in your assessment then 80% of the 20 questions = 16 questions. So you would need to answer at least 16 questions correctly, in order to pass the assessment:

Do not worry, if you do not pass an assessment the first time. You can re-take the assessment as many times as required. Alternatively you can go through the lesson again before re-taking the test.

Note: If they are more than one assessment for a lesson then you would need to pass all of the assessments for that lesson before you are qualified to move to subsequent lesson(s).

How a question is marked as correct?

A question is marked as “Correct”, if you selected only the right answer(s):

Note: The right answer is highlighted in green color. Whereas the wrong answer is highlighted in red color.

How a question is marked as incorrect?

#1 A question is marked as “Incorrect”, if you selected the wrong answer(s).

#2 If you selected the right answer(s) along with the wrong answer(s) then also the question is marked as incorrect.

Note: A question can have more than one right or wrong answers.

How to take an assessment?

Once you answer a question then click on the ‘check’ button:

You will then see ‘correct or incorrect’ message which indicates whether or not your answer was correct. Now click on the ‘Next’ button to move to the next question:

You have to answer each question before you can move to the next question. You won’t be able to move to the next question if you try to skip a question.

You must complete an assessment in one sitting. We do not save your answers, so if you click on the browser ‘refresh’ button in the middle of taking an assessment or if you navigate to another web page or close your browser window in the middle of taking an assessment then you may have to retake the entire assessment.

How to submit an assessment?

Once you have answered all of the questions, you must click on the ‘Finish Assessment’ button in order to submit your assessment:

If you do not click on this button then your assessment can not be evaluated and you may have to retake the entire assessment again.

How do I know if I have passed an assessment?

Once you have passed the assessment, you will see the ‘Click Here to Continue‘ button.

Once you have passed the assessment, you will also see the check mark, next to the assessment you have passed on the ‘lesson’ page:

How do I know if I have not passed an assessment?

#1 If you do not see the ‘Click Here to Continue‘ button after clicking on the ‘Finish Assessment‘ button then it means you did not pass the assessment and you need to take it again:

#2 If you have not passed the assessment, you will not see the check mark (under ‘Status’ column), next to the assessment you took, on the ‘lesson’ page:

#3 If you have not passed the assessment, you will not be able to take subsequent lesson(s).

How to retake an assessment?

To retake an assessment either click on the ‘Restart Assessment’ button or refresh the assessment page in your browser window. The ‘Restart assessment’ button appears only once you have finished an assessment:

You can retake an assessment as many times as you like. You can retake an assessment, even after you have passed it once, just to improve your score. However retaking an assessment once you have passed it, is optional.

Note: If you want to restart an assessment in the middle of taking it then just refresh the assessment page in your browser window.

 

Best of luck : )


Himanshu Sharma

Digital Marketing Consultant and Founder of Optimizesmart.com

Himanshu helps business owners and marketing professionals in generating more sales and ROI by fixing their website tracking issues, helping them understand their true customers purchase journey and helping them determine the most effective marketing channels for investment.

He has over 12 years experience in digital analytics and digital marketing.

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