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Note: This feature is not enabled in courses by defaultcan be enabled on a course-by-course basis. When enabled, instructors can set a quiz to deduct a percentage of a question’s point value for incorrect answers submitted. To have this feature enabled in your course, please contact Given the complexities of using this feature with the various question types and the effects on the associated question statistics, we strongly recommend consulting with your CTE liaison or your CEL Staffcontact before having this enabled in your courseCTE and CEL are available to support instructors with best practices regarding its use. For assistance contact your Faculty Liaison at the Centre for Teaching Excellence or the CEL Agile Development team.

You can use the Evaluation & Feedback settings of your quiz to enable negative grading when creating or editing a quiz. Negative grading sets a quiz to deduct a percentage of a question's point value for incorrect answers submitted. This feature applies specifically to question types that are auto-graded, for example, multiple-choice and true or false questions. The only question type that cannot be auto-graded is written response.