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Spacecat  (Level: 165.1 - Posts: 676)
Fri, 18th Apr '08 11:52 PM


This question goes out to those who have been here a long time. Was there ever a time when it was not necessary to have 10 questions in a quiz? I just did an old quiz and it only had 5 questions.

Pepperdoc  (Level: 152.5 - Posts: 4285)
Fri, 18th Apr '08 11:53 PM

Same thing happened to me. But I ran across one that had only two answers - the whole quiz was done that way, and the other three answers were blanks.

Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2402)
Fri, 18th Apr '08 11:55 PM

Wow, that musta been a really old pre-editor'un! Did you see a date it was created???


Spacecat  (Level: 165.1 - Posts: 676)
Fri, 18th Apr '08 11:58 PM

I did a few more they were all from 2004.

Suzer22  (Level: 166.3 - Posts: 1982)
Sat, 19th Apr '08 8:09 AM

That's a definite "yes" - you used to be able to write a 5-question-quiz, and you used to be able to leave blanks for answers. I remember taking one quiz where every answer choice was "yes". I think the author was trying to make it a giveaway, but statistically only 20% would have guessed which "yes" had been designated as the CORRECT one!

I guess taking that WP on Pre-Editor quizzes brought it all up for me again!

Chyenn  (Level: 210.7 - Posts: 1332)
Sat, 19th Apr '08 6:02 PM

i wrote my 1st quizzes in march and april 2005. some were true or false questions which were allowed then.

scoring was different then tho. each correct answer was worth one point. the site has certainly evolved tremendously in just 3 years.

onward and upward.

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