There are many types of questions that can be given in a
test, survey, or pool:
Calculated Formula: A question that contains
a formula with variable that change for each user.
Calculated Numeric: A question that asks the
user to submit a number answer to a question. It resembles a
fill-in-the-blank question where the correct answer is a
number. You may add an answer range if desired.
Either/Or: A question that shows two answer
options, such as True/False, Yes/No, Right/Wrong, and
Essay: A question that requires students to
enter an answer into a text box.
File Response: A question where students
upload a file from their computer, the network, or from the
Content Collection as the answer to the question. The File
Response question is evaluated manually.
Fill in Multiple Blanks: A question that uses
variables to identify different places in the text for students
to enter missing values. You enter the variables in your
question text and the students submit an answer for each
Fill in the Blank: A question scored based on
an exact text match. The answers are not case sensitive;
however, students must spell the answer correctly.
Hot Spot: A question based on students
identifying an area of an image file. You specify the pixel
coordinates and students are required to click within the
Jumbled Sentence: A question that asks
students to select the correct word from a set of words in a
drop-down menu to complete the sentence.
Matching: A question that asks students to
pair items in one column to items in another column.
Multiple Answer: A question that allows
students to choose more than one correct answer. Up to 20
answers can be added to the question.
Multiple Choice: A question that allows
students to choose only one correct answer from a selection of
answers. Up to 20 answers can be added to the question.
Opinion Scale/Likert: A question that is
designed to measure attitudes or reactions using a comparable
scale. Users select a multiple choice answer that represents
their attitude or reaction.
Ordering: A question that asks students to
put a series of items in a correct order.
Quiz Bowl: A question that requires the
answer to be in the form of a question. You may specify one or
more interrogatives and one or more phrases that must be
included in the answer.
Short Answer: A question that requires
students to enter an answer into one or more text boxes.
True/False: A question that displays two
answer options: true and false.