In a question bank it is possible to define relations between exercises. These relations are shown in a question bank assignment if you put exercises with relation to each other in the same question bank assignment.
There are two types of relations, relative and enemy, which will be explained below.
Relative exercises are exercises that complement and strengthen each other. Most often, you would want to include relative exercises within the same assignment.
Enemy exercises are when an exercise could include information that gives away the answer to another exercise within the same assignment. The way an exercise is worded may have information that is required in the answer of another exercise. For this reason, you wouldn't want to include enemy exercises within the same assignment.
Ans doesn't automatically exclude enemy exercises in a question bank assignment when you create a new question bank assignment or when you generate the assignment with a blueprint. If you do come across enemy exercises in a question bank assignment, you can manually remove (one of) the enemy exercises or replace them with other exercises from your question bank.
Define the relation between exercises
Relative and enemy relations are defined on exercise level. This can be done within the question bank.
To define the relation between exercises, follow the steps below.
- Click domain School name in the menu on the left.
- Click folder Question banks in the menu at the top.
- Click on your question bank or use the search bar.
- Click on the exercise for which you want to define the relation.
- Click on Relation.
- Select Relative of exercise or Enemy or exercise.
- Select the exercise to which you want to add the relation and click Save.