I apologize in advance if my question is answered elsewhere on the forum, and please feel free to move it to that thread.
So far my experience with AMC+Ubuntu 12.04 has been perfect. What I liked, among other things, was that AMC shuffles the A-B-C-D options from paper to paper,
making it much harder to cheat.
But for the final exam, however, to make it more "uniform" I need to disable that feature, because their answers will on a separate sheet.
I can imagine I should have a look at the source code of AMC, but maybe someone could give me (and others) a heads-up and save us all time?
So, what needs to be done (if editing the source -- where) in order for the options not to be shuffled, and be the same for all students?
RE: Disabling shuffling - Added by Anirvan Sarkar almost 8 years ago
RE: Disabling shuffling - Added by S K almost 8 years ago
Thanks for drawing my attention to the package options, Anirvan! Plenty of useful options indeed. I'm using LaTeX version.
RE: Disabling shuffling - Added by Josef Eiglsperger 7 months ago
Anirvan Sarkar wrote:
If you are using LaTex as source file for your questions add the
If you are using AMC-TXT as source file for your questions use the
ShuffleQuestionsoption with value 0.
I'm using the latex version, and the option @noshuffle* indeed keeps the answers to a question in the same order. But how can I keep the order of the questions for every student/sheet in the same oder?