There are many types of questions that can be included in an assessment. For instructions on how to create different question types, please see the video tutorials on this page.
- Calculated Formula: Contains a formula with a number of variables. The correct answer can be a specific value or a range of values.
- Calculated Numeric: Resembles a fill-in-the-blank question, except a number is entered to complete the statement. The correct answer can be a specific number or within a range of numbers.
- Either / Or: A statement with a pre-defined choice of two answers (Yes/No, On/Off).
- Essay: A question where the answer must be typed in a text box.
- File Response: Students uploade files to respond to the question.
- Fill in Multiple Blanks: Multiple responses are inserted into a sentence or paragraph.
- Fill in the Blank: A statement that requires an answer to complete it. Answers are evaluated based on an exact text match.
- Hot Spot: A specific point on an image is used to indicate the answer. For example, selecting all the countries in South America by clicking on each one on a map.
- Jumbled Sentence: A sentence with a number of variables within it.
- Matching: Two columns of items where each item in the first column must be matched to an item in the second column.
- Multiple Answer: A number of choices with one or more correct answers.
- Multiple Choice: Allows a number of choices with exactly one correct answer. Indicate the correct answer by selecting the correct answer.
- Opinion Scale / Likert: A rating scale used to measure attitudes or reactions.
- Ordering: A question that requires users to provide an answer by selecting the correct order of a series of items.
- Quiz Bowl: An answer appears; the users responds with a who, what, or where question to respond.
- Short Answer: Similar to Essay questions; answer length is limited.
- True / False: A statement with the option to choose either true or false. True/False answer options are limited to the words True and False.
Last updated: 6/1/2017