When you have added a Diagnostic Assessment to a Pathway (see Create a Diagnostic Assessment if you're unsure how to do this), you will be given the opportunity to create a Stand-alone Assessment by ticking the Stand-alone Assessment box.
Please note that Users won't be able to add the feedback options that Administrators have access to. A User can only set a passmark and the number of questions asked per Item/Activity.
Tick the checkbox to use as a Stand-alone Assessment and click on Assess me button at the bottom of the list of Activities to immediately launch the Assessment and test your own knowledge.
To create your own personal learning Pathway containing the Diagnostic Assessment and all the Activities, click on Register me at the bottom of the list of Activities without ticking the Stand-alone Assessment checkbox. A popup window will ask you to name your Pathway and confirm your registration onto it.
You will be assessed on the topics and a Pathway will be created based on the results of your Diagnostic Assessment.
You can create a Stand-alone Assessment to assign to Users without building a Pathway and allows you to register Users onto the Assessment only.
Tick the Stand-alone Assessment checkbox and click on the Save Diagnostic at the bottom of the list of Activities if you only wish to create an Assessment.
If you do not tick this box, the Diagnostic Assessment will be included as part of the Pathway and Users will be required to complete it first (although they can click on a button to skip the Assessment and take them straight to the learning if they prefer).
If the results of the Diagnostic Assessment identify a learning need, Users will be directed to the related learning.