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Quiz Reporting Tools
By Barbara Bray July 9, 2008 -- 06:50 AM
Check out the Quiz builder in your Toolkit. You can set up a quiz and assign correct answers and score for each question. You can also add files including images or video to each question. Create a test with separate sections and even embed your quiz in the Universal builder or any blog or website if you know how to embed code.
The Quiz builder walks you through a wizard to create a quiz with a choice of questions:
Yes or No
True or False
Matrix of Choices
A comment box can be added to each question.
Mark the correct answer(s) and how many point allocated for this question.
Save the quiz as public only and then give your students the link to the quiz or embed the quiz using the embed code right in the Universal builder.
View Results in Table View
The Table view is the default view for quizzes.
All data will be displayed in rows and columns. Q1, Q2, Q3, etc. refer to the question. Roll your cursor over the cell for each question and the question pops up. The first column at the left represents each respondent and their answers in that row. Model/Correct you marked for each question will be available in the first row. Score for each respondent will be available in the second column.
From the table view, click on the number or the respondentís name if available from the first column to view the respondentís answers in one view.
Teachers can also leave a comment for each respondent. You can even dissagregate the data.
From the table view, click on "Filter" to bring up the questions of the current quiz.
Filter your quiz by narrowing the questions you want to display in the table below. Uncheck the boxes for the questions you do not want displayed or click Clear to uncheck all boxes. Go to the bottom of the page to view the table.
Narrow your results even more by choosing specific answers. Try this several times and view how your table is displayed before you save a report. You will see the # of records found with a percentage based on the number of respondents to your survey. Go to the bottom of the page to view the report, create a name, and then Save. You can create as many reports as you want for each quiz.