Anti-Cheat System
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Anti-Cheat System

Queezed Team

By Queezed Team

Published September 14, 2021

We identify that it can be challenging to keep your students from cheating on MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions); this is why we have an implemented system named Anti-Cheat System, an effective mode for handling cheating on multiple-choice tests.

The system is considered the engine that will assist teachers in randomizing every bit of their Quizzes before generating a PDF Document, including all unique copies for each student.This is an example of two documents generated using Queezed:

The Logic

If you have 10 students in your class, then you made a Quiz containing ten questions from A to G, where every question includes three answers. Once you enable the Anti-Cheat system and you decide to generate 10 copies for your 10 students, the system will essentially:

  • Randomize Questions
  • Randomize Answers
  • Make a unique copy for each student
  • Make a PDF document including 10 unique copies for 10 students

As a result of this document processing, you’ll have at the end of the document processing a ready-to-print PDF document including all 10 copies for each student, where each copy is different from the original one.

The probability of students copying answers will decrease because the test questions and answers patterns are not the same for each student.

Randomize Questions or Answers

Before every document generation, the system gives you a choice to decide between randomizing both questions/responses or picking one option.

Define the Default Anti-Cheat System Settings

You can set the Anti-Cheat system settings globally to avoid doing the same thing repetitively before every document generation; for example, if you’ll have to randomize only questions in most cases, enable Shuffle Questions.

By enabling a defined ACS setting globally, it will pick for you by default the preferred option before every generation.

Randomize Sub-questions and Sub-responses

If you used Sub-questions and Sub-responses in your Quiz, the ACS also has access to these elements and randomizes all nested parts.

Each copy has its own correction.

In parallel to generating individual copies for each student separately, you’ll have access to the correction of each of those copies at the end of the processing for better and more manageable grading.

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