There is a serious scoring bug with single choice questions you need to look at and fix. When using single choice questions with "different points for each answer" enabled, the following points are scored incorrectly.
Quiz Question..What is the largest number?
Answers Required Section
Correct Answer, worth 4 points, Answer 100
next answer choice, worth 3 points, answer 99
next answer choice, worth 2 points, answer 98
next answer choice, worth 1 point, answer 1
When running the Quiz the following results are returned in the test preview mode.
If the user selects 100, He reached 10 of 10 points
If the user selects 99, he reaches 3 out of 10 points
If the user selects 98, he reaches 4 out of 10 points
if the user selects 1, he reaches 5 out of 10 points
This is a serious scoring bug. In single choice questions the scoring should be calculated by the following measurement:
If the user picks 100, they should get 4 points
if the user picks 99, they should get 3 points
if the user picks 98, they should get 2 points
if the user picks 1, they should get 1 point.