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Jeanette Brooks

Hello Ehsan,

Since the Likert question type is a survey question, it's not possible to assign a score to it. However, what you could do instead is build a series of multiple choice questions that behave similarly. This would allow you to assign scores to each response that the user selects. For each question, you'd want to set the Score option to By Answer. You'd also want to turn answer shuffling off by setting the Shuffle option to None. Here is a published 4- question example you can take a look at. You can download the Quizmaker source file here.

In the example, I also switched the Feedback selector to None for each question, and I simplified the result slides to show just the final tally.  I hope that helps give you some ideas!

Ehsan Ahmed

Hi,

Thanks for your reply.  But I want add more than one question as similar type of answer..like

question is:

Does it meet the SM(AR)T criteria?         

S    yes/no/unsure    (answer is yes)
M    yes/no/unsure     (answer is yes)
T    yes/no/unsure    (answer is yes)

Please give me a idea how can add score the above type..I can understand for single question.. :(

Ehsan Ahmed

Hi,

Ignore the last message.  I want add the following question in one slide...

question is:

Does it meet the SM(AR)T criteria?         

S    yes/no/unsure    (answer is yes)
M    yes/no/unsure     (answer is yes)
T    yes/no/unsure    (answer is yes)

Please give me a idea how can add score the above type.

Jeanette Brooks

You could perhaps do it as a multiple-response question, and structure it something like the example below. The downside is, you wouldn't be able to score the individual line items (S, M, and T) separately. You'd have to score the whole thing as one question. So, the learner would either get the entire question right or wrong.

Jeanette Brooks

Hi Ehsan, unfortunately it isn't possible to use radio buttons for something like that... for scored questions, radio buttons are only available on True/False and Multiple Choice questions, which require the learner to choose just one option per question slide.

I'm attaching the multiple-response example shown above - hope it helps. To create something like this from scratch, you would just set up your multiple-response question and then click Slide View so that you can rearrange and resize the answer choices. Here's a screencast that I think will help - although the question is different than yours, the idea is the same.