Indicative Questions for AMC-TXT

Added by Nikola Z. Guscic almost 9 years ago

I would like to add a simple survey question at the end of my exam created in AMC-TXT:

'How hard was this exam for you?

a) Mission Impossible
b) Quite Hard
c) Medium ... etc.'

I know there is \QuestionIndicative option for questionnaires made in LaTex, but can the same thing be done in AMC-TXT?
I have tried assigning [b=0,m=0,v=0] as a local scoring option for that question only, but that does not seem to have
an effect. I have global options set-up (mz=4) and they seem to override local ones.

Btw, I am using testing version of AMC, from ppa.

Thanks,

Niko Z.


Replies (2)

RE: Indicative Questions for AMC-TXT - Added by Alexis Bienvenüe almost 9 years ago

I know there is \QuestionIndicative option for questionnaires made in LaTex, but can the same thing be done in AMC-TXT?

You can use the indicative question option.

I have tried assigning [b=0,m=0,v=0] as a local scoring option for that question only, but that does not seem to have
an effect. I have global options set-up (mz=4) and they seem to override local ones.

Scoring parameters are to be given inside braces and not square brackets. You can cancel the global mz=4 with mz=0 in your question scoring.

**[indicative]{mz=0,auto=1} How hard was this exam for you?
- Mission Impossible
- Quite hard
- Medium

RE: Indicative Questions for AMC-TXT - Added by Nikola Z. Guscic almost 9 years ago

Thank you for the quick reply!

Best,

Niko Z.

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