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This document provides an example of a question-building pane for an ordering question. Other documents relating to quizzes can be found in the Quiz section of the Desire2Learn Table of Contents.

The panes shown below have been completed for an ordering question.

NOTE: In the *Options* section, be sure to choose a grading option.

**Equally weighted** (Recommended)

The points for the question are divided evenly among all the matches.

EXAMPLE: If a matching question worth 5 points has five matches, and a student correctly matches three of them, the student will receive 3 points.

**All or nothing**

If the matches are not all correct, the student will receive zero points for the question.

EXAMPLE: If a matching question worth 5 points has five matches, and a student correctly matches three of them, the student will receive 0 points.

**Right minus wrong**

The points for the question are divided evenly among the matches,

EXAMPLE: If a matching question worth 5 points has five matches, and a student correctly matches three of them, the student will receive 1 point.

NOTE: In the *Options* section, make sure the appropriate number appears in the *Correct Order* column for each option.

The pane shown below reveals how the ordering question will appear.