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We actually just released something very similar, although it does not go as far as you suggested. Our new feature will allow you to hide the Correct Answer from a student’s response history. So, while they will know what they selected previously, it does not let them know if they were correct. You can see some more details for this here: https://polleverywhere.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/1130833
I’m hesitant to hide the full question and answer however. It’s common for student’s to accidentally register under a personal email address and this response history is the only way we have to rectify the situation. We also have a number of faculty who promote using the Response History for studying and reviewing for exams.
Do you think hiding the correct answer is enough or would more restriction help?
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If instructors use the same questions for quizzes in future semesters, it would be nice if their peers from previous classes don't have the ability to share the questions. We have the same issue as Jess Baer (see his January 27, 2017 post). Could our faculty turn off the ability for students to see the questions in this use case?