Create a Quiz with Google Forms

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We all know that Google Forms are an easy and handy way to design questionnaires and surveys; however, few people know that Google Forms can also be used to create a quiz with correct and incorrect answers for questions with multiple choices, checkboxes, or drop-down options.  For the purposes of this blog, I will assume that you already know how to create a Google Form, if you don’t know how to do so and require some assistance please visit our How To: Google Apps page.  You can also read Mark Smither’s blog “Creating a student feedback response system using Google Forms” for more information.

Setting up a new Quiz

  1. Go to forms.google.com
  2. Click on Blank Quiz from the template
  3. Build your questions

Converting a form to a Quiz

  1. Open an existing form or create a new one
  2. Click on Setting
  3. Click QUIZZES 
  4. On next to Make this a quiz, move the slider to the right
  5. Configure the Quiz options
  6. Click Save

Assigning points to questions and answer feedback

  1. In the questions area, bottom left click ANSWER KEY
  2. Choose how many points the question is worth
  3. Select the correct answer from the options
  4. Click ADD ANSWER FEEDBACK
  5. Enter the feedback you would like displayed to students for INCORRECT ANSWERS and CORRECT ANSWERS
  6. Click Save

Once you complete your quiz, can proceed to share it with your students.

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