When viewing Assessments within Content Manager, you may see a 'requires attention' warning message, as shown below:
This means that one or more of the questions within the Assessment have been retired within the associated Question Bank. So that your Users aren't asked the retired questions when they take the Assessment, you will need to manually remove the questions.
You can also use the 'Requires attention' filter in Content Manager to show all Assessments that require attention.
Click on the Assessment's name.
You will be taken to the administration area for the Assessment.
Click on the Questions tab.
A message will be displayed in this screen reminding you that 'this assessment contains questions that have been retired'.
Click on Edit Questions (you may only have one section rather than multiple sections as shown below).
If the section has retired questions, the number of retired questions will be displayed next to the retired questions link.
Click on Retired Questions to filter to only the questions that need removing (please use this filter to avoid accidentally removing all questions within this section of the Assessment in the next step).
Click Remove All (you can also remove the questions one by one by clicking on the X button next to each question).
When you're finished, click Back to return to the Questions tab.
If you have multiple sections (as in the example above), you will need to repeat the above steps for each section.
To add more questions to an Assessment to replace the removed ones, see the Create an Assessment guide.