Access the Question Bank

The Question Bank for your course is an excellent resource for making the creation of Moodle quizzes easier. As you go through material, you can set up questions here without creating an associated quiz. When the time comes to give a quiz, you can add items from your question bank. Questions added to the course Question Bank are available to add to quizzes you create in the future, and any questions created within a quiz are automatically added to the question bank.

For more information on the question bank:

For information beyond this article, visit Moodle documentation here.

1. Navigate to the Moodle course you would like to access the Question Bank for. From the course menu, select "More".

2. From the drop-down menu, select "Question Bank".

4. You are now accessing your course's question bank. Questions not added to a category will be added to a default category for that course.

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