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Type Medical knowledge page
SDGs Sustainable Development Goals SDG03 Good health and well-being
Published by Catherine Mohr
Published 2021
License CC BY-SA 4.0

This quiz shows examples of how to use the simplest, most common types of quizzes.

Try it out first, and click "submit" to get a feel for how it works and what the feedback looks like (the correct/incorrect can be confusing to some). Then go into "Edit Source" to see the structure and how to use these types of questions, you cannot (yet) use visual editor for setting up the question.

Any instructions that are not part of the questions must sit here above the "quiz display" indicator.

1 What do I do if I want to code for a single correct answer?

The correct answer.
Wrong or misleading answer.
Wrong or misleading answer.
Wrong or misleading answer.

2 How do I allow the user to choose several correct answers?

The correct answer.
Wrong or misleading answer.
Another correct answer.
Wrong or misleading answer.
As many extra wrong answers as you would like

3 Can I use either the round or the square brackets for a True/False question?

TRUE
FALSE

4 Can I have the user type an answer in to a field?

It turns out that

you can, but the answers are case sensitive and specific, so you need to include all the variants you would accept, and the spaces before and after the answer choices inside the brackets are important

5 What happens after I click "Submit"?

The quiz is graded
Nothing (incorrect answer, but try it)

6 These aren't enough! Can I make tabular quizzes, add images/videos and otherwise make really sophisticated quizzes? (Check all that apply)

Yes
Examples on the most common types are given here: [more quiz examples]
If you really want to go deep there are many options [the full quiz help site]