Saving the Questions in the Question Bank
When a question is saved, it is automatically placed in the question bank over the folder and tag values. Therefore, all you have to do when saving the question is to specify the folder and the associated tags of the question.
The Testinvite question bank is easy to use, practical and extremely efficient. For example, adding a question to a folder does not need to be created first. Simply specify in which folder the Question should be saved. If there is no folder, the system will automatically create a new folder with the name you entered and place it in the question bank. The same approach applies to tags.
The question bank offers you an interface where you can access the questions you want easily and quickly through the folders and tags you have specified while saving the questions.
The location of a question in the question bank is determined by the question's folder and tags. Therefore, if a question's folder and tag values are updated, the question's position in the question bank will also be updated automatically.
Folder names consist of simple text. You can write the folder name you want and collect and store your questions in these folders.
Listing of Questions
The question bank automatically saves the folders and tags of all saved questions and lists them for you to access.
If you want to narrow down the list of questions you want to reach even more, you can choose multiple tags. In this case, only questions with selected tag values are listed.
The order of the questions
You can specify the order of the questions listed in the question bank. The system will automatically list the values you can sort.
Bulk Update of Questions Position in Question Bank
You can bulk update the folder and tag values of many questions. For this, you can choose one of the following bulk update actions.
- You can update the folder of many questions at once.
- You can update folders and tags together for multiple questions at once.
- You can add tags to many questions at once.
- You can remove a tag from many questions at once.
- You can rename a label of several questions at once.
Bulk Export and Import of Questions
- You can export the questions in the question bank in JSON format.
- You can transfer bulk questions to the question bank. For this, you can use the bulk import templates prepared for questions.
Adding Questions from the Question Bank to the Assessment
You can add your questions in the question bank to the assessments you want. You can quickly find the questions you want to add through folders and tags, and add them at once.
Creating a Pool of Questions from the Question Bank for the Assessment
If you want the assessment you have created to randomly select questions from a set of questions in the question bank, you can create a question pool through the question bank and specify how many questions you want to be randomly selected among these questions.
Transferring the Questions Created in the Assessment to the Question Bank
If you have created the assessment questions in the assessment while creating the assessment, you can also select the questions you want from the assessment creation editor and save them in the question bank.
Content and Question Groups
The question bank saves the questions one-by-one. But sometimes you want to record many questions as a group or even with some content. As an example, 3 questions structured on a reading passage can be considered. In this case, keeping the questions in the question bank may not be the right approach. Because these questions alone do not make sense apart from the reading passage. For such cases, you can make many questions and content into a content group and save it.
You can still make use of folders when storing content groups. You can nest folders in content groups.