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We ran into an issue where an assessment with 117 questions was not processing well on Chromebooks and the suggestion was to have the assessment split up into pages to allow the system to only focusing on rendering part of the test at one time.
This teacher's assessments tend to pull from other question banks. The suggestion worked for this one b/c the questions were pulled in multiples of five so we just limited each page to five questions.
However, it doesn't always work out that neatly and it would be extremely odd for the students to have one particular type of question (each bank is a different topic/style/etc.) on a page with others.
So, the teacher would really like the option to split an assessment into pages based on question banks rather than only the option of doing it by number of questions. This would still help the system by only rendering some of the questions and would allow the students to focus on one particular question bank at a time.
Her comment: "I’d love if I could show them 10 Drill Tape questions on 1 page, then say 7 Myth questions on the next page, then 15 reading comp questions, etc."
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