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Test Pilot's web server component can randomly choose questions from your groups for presentation on an assessment. For example, suppose you were developing a mathematics quiz. You had grouped your questions into two groups: 25 questions on quadratic equations and 35 questions on trigonometry. When you click on the Random Selection tab, the database will calculate the total questions in each group and give you the option to randomly order a random sample of n questions from any group; where n is a number from 0 to the number of questions in a particular group.

In order to use random selection, you must first check the enable random selection checkbox.

You will have listed the number of questions in each group, along with the group's id and title. You then have a box for each group where you enter the number (subset) of questions you wish the Test Pilot web server extension to offer from that group.

As a convenience, a button has been provided to randomly arrange all. That is, with a single click, the database will choose to include all of the questions in the database in a random order on the assessments produced by Test Pilot's web server extension.

If you do choose to enable random selection, and have zeroes enter in all of the group totals, Test Pilot's web server extension will, quite correctly, issue a blank test to the user. So make sure that if you choose this option, you enter numbers in the appropriate boxes.

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