The short-quiz (the shortquiz environment) was originally created as a self-learning device, wherein the student reads some content (mathematics, for example), solves some exercises (the exercise environment), then takes a short quiz to reinforce and to assess their newly absorbed information.
For many years, exerquiz has provided \sqTallyBox and \sqTallyTotal commands that keep track of incorrect responses. As a way to motivate the student more, this article introduces the notion of setting weak and strong passing levels. These levels are set through the optional argument of \sqTallyTotal.
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See also the related article exerquiz: An alternate user experience for viewing solutions to MC/MS questions in a short-quiz