Starting afresh a new batch of scanned copies: getting rid of the previous set?

Added by Christian Mercat about 2 years ago

Hi there, I am happily using AMC for some years on my macOS. I have a set of exercices that I WANT my students to pass, so the one who fail one week are going to take it again and again until they actually succeed. Therefore I print out exactly the same set of pages. But when I scan the output, I get completely mixed up between the different versions and students complain that they got the correction of their previous exam.

So the question is: How do I get rid of a previous batch of scanned/corrected/marked copies and start afresh with a new batch of copies, without starting all over a new AMC project?

In particular I would like to pilot the different exercices, saving the different export worksheets, to see whether some exercices are more difficult than others and things like that so I don't want to mess up the order that was once chosen by AMC by recompiling the master file.

Thanks, best regards, Christian Mercat, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (next building to Bienvenüe actually)


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RE: Starting afresh a new batch of scanned copies: getting rid of the previous set? - Added by Christian Mercat about 2 years ago

That's super simple: in the Data capture tab, select all previous scanned copies and simply delete them (there is a button for that). Then you can read again the scanned copies.

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