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Confirming this as well - I've gotten notifications as people take the quiz I help set up, and they're all much lower on the leaderboard than what they actually scored. It doesn't appear to be a case of the scores getting simply flipped, either.
It's possible that it's calculating the number you got correct out of the total number of questions answered for all members on that quiz. But that wouldn't explain the original scores being low.
What xccj said. I set up my own quiz and took it, got 100%, and it's showing as 100%. The second person got 80%, and it shows as 40%. The third person got 90%, and it shows as 30%. 50% -->13%. 100% --> 20%. 90% --> 15%.
So it appears that it's a straight division: 100%/1 = 100%, 80%/2 = 40%, 90%/3 = 30%, 50%/4 = 13%, 100%/5 = 20%, 90%/6 = 15%. The program is dividing the percentages by the person's position in the leaderboard.
Yeah, that sounds like it would match what I said.
Why does this happen? I want to see that actual percentages people get on my quizzes.
Is there any chance of this getting fixed soon?
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