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Matching questions

The goal of a matching question is to assess the test-taker's ability to understand relationships, compare and contrast information, and make connections between items.

The test-taker is presented with a list of items in one column and another list of items in a second column, and is asked to match items from each column by selecting the correct corresponding item.

Shared option pool

You can create a list of options for all the items in the left column and determine the number of times each option can be paired with an item.

Unique options for each item

Alternatively, each item in the left column can have its own unique options.

Determining the minimum and maximum number of matches needed to answer the question

You can specify the required number of matches for the answer to be accepted.

Automated grading of matching questions.

  • You can set how each pairing affects the overall score of the answer.
    • You can determine the impact on the score if any of the items are not paired with any options.
      • You can establish a minimum score requirement, below which the answer will not receive any points.
        • You can establish a minimum score requirement, below which the answer will not receive any points.


          Sample matching question<br>
          Sample matching question
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