## scoring multiple

I have tried the following:

```**[horiz,name=M_wrong] Question multiple choice with scoring
+{b=2,m=-1} Correct_1
-{b=1,m=-1} Wrong_1
+{b=1,m=-0} Correct_2
-{b=1,m=-0} Wrong_3
```

and ticked Correct_1 and Wrong_1
I get the result 0/3 but I would expect 1/3 or maybe I do not understand how to do this?
(I would like to give more marks to some answers and not take of points for not answering some correct answers.)

Best regards

### Replies (3)

#### RE: scoring multiple - Added by Alexis Bienvenüeover 9 years ago

1. Correct_1 is ticked, so the answer is correct, so score=2
2. Wrong_1 is ticked, so answer is wrong, so score=-1
3. Correct_2 is not ticked, so answer is wrong, so score=0
4. Wrong_3 is not ticked, so answer is correct, so score=1

Student score for this question: 2/5

The problem here is that the default value for `DefaultScoringM` is `haut=2`, which interferes with your scoring. You have to cancel this default value with

```DefaultScoringM:
```

I must admit this is quite confusing and has to be changed...

#### RE: scoring multiple - Added by Alexis Bienvenüeover 9 years ago

Other way to cancel the effect of the default scoring for the question: declare any scoring for the question itself. For example:

```**[horiz,name=Mwrong]{empty} Question multiple choice with scoring
+{b=2,m=-1} Correct_1
-{b=1,m=-1} Wrong_1
+{b=1,m=-0} Correct_2
-{b=1,m=-0} Wrong_3
```

Here the `empty` scoring has no special effect, but cancels the `haut=2` default scoring.

#### RE: scoring multiple - Added by Machon Chenover 9 years ago

Thank you.

You do not have to change but I think that there should be a lengthier chapter in the documentation with lots of examples how scoring is working especially for the multiple questions.

Best regards

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