When special circumstances arise, you may allow an exception on a specific test or assignment to an individual student. In this tutorial, an exception allows for additional attempts or extended access, even if the assessment is hidden from other students. An exception overrides the two settings applied to everyone else for that specific assessment only. Students don’t see the exceptions you’ve added. You might use exceptions for students who have internet issues, disabilities, or technology and language differences.
Updated on January 31, 2023
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