How to Grant Special Access to Quizzes
Instructors can grant one or more students special access to a quiz in D2L. (i.e. extended time limit, early access, late access, or different number of attempts.)
To Grant Special Access to a Quiz:
- Go to the Quizzes area in your course site.
- Click the name of the Quiz to which you'll be giving special access.
- Click the Restrictions tab at the top of the page.
- Make sure the "Allow selected users special access to this quiz" button is selected (this is the default option.)
- Click the Add Users to Special Access button at the bottom of the page.
- Set the special access that you want to grant:
- To allow individual students more time to take a quiz, check the box next to "Recommend time limit" or "Enforced time limit," and enter a number in the “minute(s)” field.
- To allow individual students earlier access to the quiz, select "Has Start Date." Then, change the start date.
- To allow individual students later access to the Quiz, select "Has End Date." Then, change the end date.
- To allow individual students a different number of attempts in the quiz, check the box next to "Override attempts allow" and choose a number from the dropdown menu below. Then click "Apply."
- Check the box next to the name of the student(s) who will have special access to the quiz.
- Click the Add Special Access button at the bottom of the screen. You'll return to the Edit Quiz page.
- Click the Save and Close button at the bottom of the page.
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