The last page of your assessment

1. To configure the last page of your module, go to the module overview
At the bottom, click on “last page”:



2. Set your required thresholds (if you haven’t already done so)
You can set the thresholds for your assessment, if you haven’t already done so in the general settings, by clicking on the ""modify"" button.



3. Select what participants can view and download
You can define what participants can see or download on the assessment's last page.


Global score: you can decide whether or not to display the overall assessment score and related messages.


Score per sub-section: you can choose whether to display the sub-section score and the related messages.


Assessment results: you can let participants download their assessment results in PDF format.

This report is a PDF automatically generated by Teach Up. It includes the global score, the sub-section scores and related messages.


The certificate of achievement: this option lets you give participants the option to download a certificate of achievement once they reach the minimum score required to pass the assessment.

This certificate is a PDF automatically generated by Teach Up. It contains: the assessment title, the participant’s full name, the assessment start and end dates, the time spent and a note asking the participant to sign the document. You can customize the footer directly in Teach Up in the following section:



4. Define what participants can do
From this same screen, you can define what participants can do on the last page of the assessment.


Possibility to retake the assessment: if a participant hasn’t achieved the score required to pass, you can let them retake the assessment as many times as they like.

Please note that the score displayed on the dashboard reflects the last attempt only.



Link to follow if passed: you can set a link to follow on the last page, which will only appear if the minimum required score is reached.



Link to follow if not passed: you can set a link to follow on the last page, which will only appear if the minimum required score is not reached.

For example, this could be a link to another module or a link to a website with useful resources.
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