How do I require my student to take the test or assignment first before doing anything else?

How do I require my student to take the test or assignment first before doing anything else?

When creating a test/assignment, you can see 2 tabs: “Basic Options” and “Advanced Options.” You simply go to Advanced Options and check Force Immediate Completion. By doing this, you can now force the student to take the test/assignment first before doing anything else.


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