Assessments may also contain Know It? questions. Know It? questions launch the Know It? play mode for a topic. The Know It? bubble opens with the score needed to pass. Know It? questions contribute to the final assessment score, but are also scored individually. Each Know It? question has a passing score percentage based on the number of steps completed correctly. Since Know It? mode is a simulated evaluation, you must perform the steps of the topic exactly as they were recorded during the content creation. If Try It! mode includes alternative methods of performing a step, either method will be scored properly in Know It? mode.
After you complete the Know It? steps, you are presented with your score as a percentage of steps completed properly without assistance. Therefore, you are scored correct only when you complete a step right the first time. The passing score (percent needed to pass) and a Result field also appear in the results. The Result field displays “Pass” or “Fail” to indicate if you passed or failed the Know It? play mode.
When you take a Know It? question in an assessment, your pass/fail status for that question is also assigned to the topic in the outline. If you pass a Know It? in the assessment, a status indicator appears next to the associated topic in the outline, indicating that you passed the requirements for that topic. Conversely, if you fail a Know It? in an assessment, a status indicator appears showing that you failed the topic. If you retake a Know It?, either by taking it in the outline or in another assessment (for example a post-assessment), the status indicator for the topic in the outline will change to the most recent pass/fail status. However, retaking a Know It? play mode for a topic in the outline will not change the results for an assessment you have already taken.
To answer a Know It? question in an assessment:
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