Multiple Choice Question
In the multiple choice question, the user is presented with choices to choose from. We start creating our question (as in all questions) by writing our question in the Question Title section. Then we add our choices for our question.
In the multiple choice question editor:
- You can add as many choices as you want
- You can rearrange the choices you added
- You can change the order of choices
- You can delete a choice you added
- If the "shuffle choices" checkbox is checked, the choices for the question are ordered randomly (mixed) for each exam and for each user. However, if you want the order of some choices to remain constant, you can fix the order of the choices. For example, in the following question, the order of the choices is mixed randomly, but the 4th choice is fixed in the 4th place.
- If "Side Effects" checkbox is checked, Side Effects can be added to each choice.
- Threshold: If the user's success rate remains below the threshold, the system sets the success rate to zero.
- Minimum Selection: Determines the minimum number of choices that the user can choose.
- Maximum Selection: Sets the number of choices that the user can choose the most.
Determining Contribution Rates and Calculating The Success Rate
Each option has a Contribution Rate. The contribution rate can be positive or negative
- The user getting 100% from the question means complete success. Similarly, getting 50% means half success from the question. As long as the user's total Success Rate is greater than zero, he / she earns points based on the success rate.
- If you want the user to get negative points in case of wrong answer to the question, you can set Negative Contribution Rate to the wrong choices.
Automatic Corrections and Threshold Application Applied on Success Rate
Sum of the Contribution rates
of the choices the user chooses (= Success Rate):
If you have set a
Threshold, if the sum of the contribution rates (= Success Rate) of the choices the user chooses is below this threshold, the
is determined to be
- If it exceeds 100%, the system will correct the Success Rate to 100%. (Success rate cannot exceed 100%)
- As a result, the success score is calculated as a value between -100% and 100%.
The question where only one choice can be chosen
- Set the Maximum Selection and Minimum Selection options to 1.
- Just set the Contribution Rate of the correct option to 100%; In this case, the user who chooses the correct choice gets full success from the question
- If you set the Contribution Rate of many choices to 100%, the user who chooses any of these choices will get Full Success from the question.
- Similarly, if a choice is set to have the 50% Contribution Rate; and If you set the Contribution Rate of another choice to 100%, the user will succeed in the question in proportion to the Contribution Rate of the choice he/she chooses.
The Question Which Many Choices Can Be Chosen
- If you want multiple choices of your question to be selectable, set the Maximum Selection and Minimum Selection settings as desired.
- Determine the Contribution Rates of the Choices.
- For example, in the following case, only users who choose the second and fourth choices together can achieve full success from the question. Because the contribution rate of the second choice is 50%, and the contribution rate of the fourth choice is 50%, 100% is obtained. If he only selects the second or only fourth choice, he gets 50% success from the question. A user who chooses the first or third choice will get a 0% success rate.
Determining the Negative Contribution Rate (Penalty) to the Choices
Multiplying Success Rate by Question Point
As a result, the user selects a number of choices and achieves a Success Rate of -100% to 100%. As we will see on the Point and Dimensions page, this success rate multiplies by the point of the question and affects the exam result. For example, if the user has 100% success from a question and the point is 2, the exam score (100% x 2 =) is increased by 2 points.
Some questions are not used to measure success, but to measure tendency, personality trait (personality inventories / personality tests), motivation, preference, etc. In such questions, the choices are not true or false. Instead; each choice is provided to act on a Side Effect Category with a designated score. Let's look at the example below:
According to the example above; if the user
- selects the first choice ( Learn by listening ), the auditory ability score is increased by 1.
- selects the second choice ( Learning by watching ), the visual ability score is increased by 1.
- You can add multiple Side Effects to each choice.
- If the added Side Effect Category Name contains "/", the category points are automatically distributed into tree structure and collected. For example, if the Side Effect Category Name is "Abstract Intelligence / 3D Thinking" ; It affects both "Abstract Intelligence" score and "Abstract Intelligence / 3D Thinking" score.
Reporting Names of the Choices
While describing the Question Title entry, we talked about what the Reporting Name does. Likewise, you can define the Reporting Name for your choices.
- When you select the preview option, you can see how your question will be displayed to the user.
- You can choose from options such as the user, then you can calculate the success score of the choices you made by pressing the success score preview button.