Multiple Choice Questions


Create a Multiple-Question assignment default to all questions as multiple choice. All multiple-choice questions can be changed to other question types.

Create an Assignment with Multiple Choice Questions

Click link - Create a Multi-Question Assignment

Adding the answer key

Answer key must be added before adding to Student Portal.

Method 1: Select the correct answer for each question by clicking in the letter bubble.

Method 2: Print a generic and bubble in an answer key on a form.

Scan it into the key in Step 2.2.

Edit a Multiple Choice assignment

Select the "Assignments" tab.

Editing Ideas:
• Change question numbers - 1a, 1b. 1c.
• Change bubble labels - AEIOU for a test on vowel sounds andFGHJ for standardized test formats.
• Change point value of question
• Add partial credit answers.
• Add Standards - Personal or School/District license State and National Standards

Select the assignment name you want to change the format of the answer bubbles.

Check the box before each question you want to change the format of the answer bubbles.

Select the "Edit" button to open the item editor.

Edit the "Question" label using up to four characters.

Select "Multiple Choice" from the Type field.

Select the letters or numbers you want to appear in the bubbles by typing directly into the Bubbles field.

Choose the correct answer(s) by selecting the bubble(s) if they are not already chosen in the key.

If more than one answer is chosen a student would need to select all correct answers to be awarded the points listed.

To award partial credit for different answer choices select the "Add Another Answer" option.

Adjust the answer choices and associated point values for each choice to award partial credit.

Align the question to standards if desired.

Move to another question with the "Previous" and "Next" buttons or "Save" and "X" out of the window.