Using Certainty-Based Marking with Moodle quizzes: Click Here

CBM is much improved in the standard version of Moodle 2.6 (see documentation). For versions of Moodle 1.9-2.5 see www.tmedwin.net/cbm/moodle. Moodle versions 2.1+ have a rudimentary CBM interface in core code - but it is strongly recommended that you install the additional code if you are going to use CBM seriously and give students proper feedback.

Alternatively, you can use links to LAPT from within Moodle (or any other LMS) to use existing or newly developed CBM self-tests :

LINKING TO LAPT EXERCISES FROM WITHIN MOODLE

Where it says ADD A RESOURCE click to select a LINK
Use the simplest LAPT link for whatever exercise, e.g. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lapt/?bmat1 (with, after ?, the short index name for the exercise - shown in [..] brackets at the top of the window when you run the exercise.
Set some options below the URL (you may need to click to show ADVANCED OPTIONS) :
(1) Run in the SAME WINDOW ,
(2) Select SHOW NAVIGATION: YES, WITHOUT FRAME
(3) Set 2 parameters: u to be User-Username and i to be Course-Shortname
(4) Leave the 'SUMMARY' box empty because if you put something here it shows throughout the use of LAPT and takes up an inordinate amount of the window space. I can't see an option to switch this off.

Information and access to the main UCL website about CBM is at www.ucl.ac.uk/lapt, with the LAPT delivery platform specifically designed for self-tests using CBM.

Please contact me with suggestions or to ask for help.
Tony Gardner-Medwin