I open my quiz by clicking edit, and look at the figures. If I am really unhappy with a question, and can see a way to fix it, I then have two choices.
I can take it offline and resubmit for editor review, with a message in the box saying exactly what question I have changed, so they don't have to reedit the whole thing. I would only do this if I thought something needed a major change. And it is important to identify what you have done as precisely as you can, so the editor who fields it doesn't have to recheck the entire thing!
If you think a small tweak would be appropriate, the best way is to play the quiz then send a correction note on the question you want to change. You then fix it as you would any correction note, and an editor will review your changes after you mark it as corrected.
What you can't see, of course, and what I sometimes would dearly love to see, is the percentage choosing each incorrect option. Identifying what is attracting them to or away from a particular distractor can help with writing future quizzes of the desired level of difficulty.
Edited by looney_tunes (Wed Nov 27 2013 08:06 PM)
(Editor in Humanities, Religion, Literature and Books For Children)
That's all, folks!