Assessments are essential to evaluating student comprehension of the material and the Create an Exam feature is a flexible assessment tool that teachers use in a variety of ways.

In this article, you will learn how to create 5 different types of custom questions in your custom exam feature:

The 5 types of custom questions include:

  1. Multiple Choice

  2. Multiple Select

  3. True or False

  4. Matching

  5. Label the image

Note: You have to have a custom exam created before you can create a custom question.


How to Create a Multiple Choice Question

Step 1

On the Assignments tab, click on the title of the custom exam you created.

Step 2

Click the yellow Add Questions button.

Step 3

Click on the Custom Questions tab.

Step 4

Click the yellow Create New button to make a new question.

Step 5

Select a module from the drop-down distinguishing what topic the question is about to find it easier later.

Note: To filter later, you can also apply a unit topic as well!

Step 6

Under Multiple Choice, select the Multiple choice - standard question option.

Step 7

Write your question in the Compose Question box.

Step 8

Type in your answer options in the Multiple choice options boxes. You can create more than 4 with the ADD button.

Step 9

Select the answer option that is correct for the question you created in the Set correct answer(s) box.

Note: You can randomize the choices with the Shuffle options check box.

Step 10

Scroll to the top to preview your question to make sure it looks the way you want, then click SAVE!


How to Create Multiple Select Questions

Step 1

On the Assignments tab, click on the title of the custom exam you created.

Step 2

Click the yellow Add Questions button.

Step 3

Click on the Custom Questions tab.

Step 4

Click the yellow Create New button to make a new question.

Step 5

Select a module from the drop-down distinguishing what topic the question is about to find it easier later.

Note: To filter later, you can also apply a unit topic as well!

Step 6

Under Multiple Choice, select the Multiple choice - standard question option.

Step 7

Write your question in the Compose Question box.

Step 8

Type in your answer options in the Multiple choice options boxes. You can create more than 4 with the ADD button.

Step 9

Click the Multiple Responses check box. Then select the answer options that are correct for the question you created in the Set correct answer(s) box.

Note: You can randomize the choices with the Shuffle options check box.

Step 10

Preview your question to make sure it looks the way you want by scrolling to the top! If you're happy with it, Click SAVE.


How to Create True and False Questions

Step 1

On the Assignments tab, click on the title of the custom exam you created.

Step 2

Click the yellow Add Questions button.

Step 3

Click on the Custom Questions tab.

Step 4

Click the yellow Create New button to make a new question.

Step 5

Select a module from the drop-down distinguishing what topic the question is about to find it easier later.

Note: To filter later, you can also apply a unit topic as well!

Step 6

Under Multiple Choice, select the True or False question type.

Step 7

Compose your True or False question.

Step 8

Choose where True or False is the correct answer.

Step 9

Scroll to the top to save your True or False question. The question will be added to your assessment automatically and is now available for you to use on other assessments as well!


How to Create Matching Questions

Step 1

On the Assignments tab, click on the title of the custom exam you created.

Step 2

Click the yellow Add Questions button.

Step 3

Click on the Custom Questions tab.

Step 4

Click the yellow Create New button to make a new question.

Step 5

Select a module from the drop-down distinguishing what topic the question is about to find it easier later.

Note: To filter later, you can also apply a unit topic as well!

Step 6

Under Classify, Match & Order, select the Match list question type.

Step 7

Compose your matching instructions for the question.

Step 8

Compose your stimulus list, these will be what the answers are matched to and will remain static.

Step 9

Compose the possible responses that will be matched to the stimulus list.

Step 10

Under the Set Correct Answers section, drag the correct answers to where they match.

Step 11

Preview your questions and click the SAVE button at the top!


How to Create Label the Image Questions

Step 1

On the Assignments tab, click on the title of the custom exam you created.

Step 2

Click the yellow Add Questions button.

Step 3

Click on the Custom Questions tab.

Step 4

Click the yellow Create New button to make a new question.

Step 5

Select a module from the drop-down distinguishing what topic the question is about to find it easier later.

Note: To filter later, you can also apply a unit topic as well!

Step 6

Select the Fill in the Blank and click on the Label image with Drag & Drop question type.

Step 7

Compose your question instructions for labeling the image.

Step 8

Click the Edit button to upload an image.

Step 9

Drag your image and drop it in the Replace Image box or click to upload from a file on your computer.

Tip: You can screen capture an image in the curriculum to use for your image questions!

Step 10

Scroll down and select OK to save your image changes.

Step 11

You can drag and of the boxes to where you need them on the image, click to add more boxes, and select a box and click pointers to point to something specific on the image.

Step 12

In the Possible responses section, type the word bank answers that will be available for students to drag to the correct location on the image.

Step 13

Under the Set Correct Answers section, drag the correct answers to where they match where the box is pointing on the image.

Step 14

Scroll to the top to save your Label the Image question. The question will be added to your assessment automatically and is now available for you to use on other assessments as well!

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