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# Multiple Choice Question

#### How to create a Multiple-Choice Question:

1. Select the Question Bank from the menu,
2. Click on the red circle button on bottom right,
3. Select Multiple Choice Question from the popup menu.

Multiple Choice Questions are the questions with multiple preset choices in which the Applicants must choose the correct one(s).

## Choices

To create a Multiple Choice Question you need add at least 1 Choice to the Question.

After you type in the content of the Choice to the Choice field, you need to click on Add New Choice button to add it to the Question.

### Editing/Deleting Choices

To edit a Choice, you need to click the pen button on the right side of the same line

To delete a Choice, you need to click the trash bin button on the right side of the same line

### Sorting Choices

The choices are sorted from top to bottom -as they appear on your screen- by default.

You can change the order of a choice by clicking on the up and down arrows next to choices.

#### Shuffling Choices:

If you tick the Shuffle choices button, the the order of the choices will be randomized for every applicant.

But you can fix the position of a choice if you want to even when you are using the shuffling option.

For instance, the choices such as "All of the Above" and/or "None of the Above" can be fixed to the last places.

### Percent Value

If you plan to use Scoring in a Question, you need to edit the Percent Values of each choice.

A choice can have maximum +100 (correct) and minimum -100 (incorrect) as Percent Values.

In the Questions, in which you allowed multiple selection of choices, the final percent value is calculated this way:

• All the values of the choices that applicant has chosen is added together,
• If the final number is smaller than -100 (like -150) then it will round it back to -100,
• If the final number is bigger than +100 (like +200) then it will round it back to +100 and then these rounded Percent Value is used in Scoring.
• But if the final number is 0, then the Scoring will be 0.

In the examples below, you can see how the Percent Value is set for each specific case:

1. Only 1 correct choice (which of these numbers is a single number?)
2. When there are multiple correct choices
1. and only 1 choice can be selected (select a single number from the choices below)
2. and only some of the choices can be selected (select at least 2 single numbers from the choices below)
3. and all the choices can be selected (which of these numbers are single numbers?)
4. and all the choices can be selected while all choices are correct (select all the single numbers from the choices below)
3. When incorrect choices decrease the Percent Value from correct ones.

### Min/Max Selection

Min. Selection and Max. Selection fields determine how many choices that the Applicants must select at least and at most.

For instance, for a question with 5 choices:

• If the Min. Selection is 2 then the Applicant must choose at least 2 choices.
• If the Max. Selection is 4 then the Applicant can choose at most 4 choices.

If a Question is added to an Exam as non-required then the applicant can leave the Question empty.

If a Question is added to an Exam as required then the applicant must adhere to the Min. Selection's value.

### Display

From the Display tab, you can change how the choices appear for a Question.

In the example above, you can see a screenshot of Display tab with Flex Display Type. In order:

1. Display Type
1. Flex: will list the choices.
2. Dropdown: will list the choices in a dropdown menu.
1. Width: the width of the dropdown menu.
2. Label: what will appear on dropdown menu while no choices is selected.
3. Grid: will list the choices in a table grid.
1. No. of columns: how many columns will the table have.
2. Gap between columns: how much pixel will be left between columns.
• Gap between rows: how much pixel will be left between rows.
1. Justify Items: how the content of choices will be justified for each row.
2. Align Items: how the content of choices will be justified for each column.
3. Justify Content
• Align Content
1. Direction: horizontal or vertical listing of the choices.
2. Wrapping: will the choices appear in single line and new lines will be added as long as choices fill the width of the screen.
3. Justify Content: how the choices will be aligned horizontally.
4. Align Items: how the choices will be aligned vertically.
5. Margin: how much margin will be left around choices.

## Creating a Multiple Choice Question with Type & Paste method

#### How to create a Multiple Choice Question with Type & Paste method

1. Start creating a Multiple Choice Question and go to Paste tab,
2. On the text field, type the Question on the first line,
3. Leave an empty line after the Question,
4. Add as many options as you want with each option in its own line.
5. Click on Paste button below the text field when you are done.

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#### JSON Tags

You can add specific parameters while creating Multiple Choice Questions with Type & Paste method.

You need to type the tags as below to your Question and Choices:

{"tag-1": "tag-1-content", "tag-2"...}

##### NOTE

You can copy and paste this to quicky type in your tags: {"": ""}

Tags for Questions

• name: determines the Reporting name.
• Example: {"name": "color"} (Question's Reporting name will be color).
• folder: determines the folder.
• Example {"folder": "general knowledge"} (Question's folder will be general knowledge).
• points: determines the point and the negative point of Question.
• Example {"points": 1, 0.25} (Question's point will be 1 and its negative point will be 0.25).
• display: determines the value of the Direction field in Display tab.
• can only be row or column.
• Example {"display": "{"direction": "column"}"} (Direction will be set as column).
• tags: determines tag names and values
• Example {"tags": {"Subject": "Colors", "Difficulty": "Easy"}} (Question will have 2 tags: Subject:Color and Difficulty:Easy).
• min: determines Min. Selection value.
• Example {"min": "2"} (at least 2 choices should be selected).
• max: determines Max. Selection value.
• Example {"max": "5"} (at most 5 choices can be selected).
• shuffle: randomizing the order of Choices.
• can only be true (randomize) or false (use the same order)
• Example {"shuffle": true} (Choices will appear in a random order for each Applicant).

Tags for individual Choices

• score: determines the Percent Value of a Choice
• Example: {"Score": 100} (This choice's Percent Value will be 100)
• fixed: will fix the position of a Choice if the order of the Choices is randomized.
• can only be true (fixed) or false (randomized)
• Example: {"fixed": true} (the choice's position will not change for each applicant).

#### Example #1

• reporting name color,
• display direction is column,
• percent value of the choice all is 100,
• percent value of the choice none is 0,
• all other choices' percent value is 25:
{"name": "color","display": {"direction": "column"}}Which of these is a color?

{"score": 25}Silver
{"score": 25}Red
{"score": 25}Turquoise
{"score": 25}Magenta
{"score": 100}All
None

#### Example #2

• reporting name color,
• shuffling of choices is activated
• tags are subject:colors and difficulty:easy,
• percent value of the choice all is 100 and its position is fixed,
• percent value of the choice none is 0 and its position is fixed,
• all other choices' percent value is 25:
{"name": "color","shuffle": true, "tags": {"subject": "colors", "difficulty": "easy"}}Which of these is a color?

{"score": 25}Silver
{"score": 25}Red
{"score": 25}Turquoise
{"score": 25}Magenta
{"score": 100, "fixed": true}All
{"fixed": true}None

##### WARNING

When you press the PASTE button, all your previous edits are overwritten and only the overwritten values will be left.

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