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How to "clone" a test in Moodle 2.0

Posted by (Last Modified: May 23, 2012 19:05)

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Here’s how to clone a test in Moodle 2.0 (i.e. make an exact copy so that both appear in the course; this is useful for making practice tests or copying a basic test format so that it can be reused later in the course):

  1. Backup the test. Exclude all user data but include activities, blocks, and filters.
  2. Select “Restore.” Your backup should be listed under user private backups. Simply restore the file to create a second instance.
  3. Treat one of the instances as your clone: move it, edit it, change its titles and questions. It is a completely independent version of the original file.
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Posted: Sunday March 27, 2011. 21:23.

Last modified: Wednesday May 23, 2012. 19:27.

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  1. Independence (Wed Jul 6, 2011 (02:23:58)) [PermLink]:

    Wham bam thank you, ma’am, my questions are anwsered!

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