Articulate Quizmaker has many types of graded questions for evaluating a learner's knowledge. They're form-based, which makes them quick and easy to assemble. (If you'd like more flexibility to create your own interactive questions, see Freeform Questions.)
Inserting a Graded Question
Here's how to insert a graded question into your quiz:
- First, do any of the following to open the Insert Questions window:
- In Question List View, go to the Home tab, and click Graded Question.
- In Question List View, press Ctrl+Q.
- In Slide View, go to the Insert tab, and click Graded Question.
- In Slide View, right-click anywhere in the left navigation pane, and choose New Question.
- In Slide View, press Ctrl+Q.
- In Form View, go to the Home tab, and click Graded Question.
- When the Insert Questions window opens, select one of the graded question types. When you click a thumbnail, the right side of the window displays a description of that question type.
- Click Insert.
Entering Question Text and Answer Choices
When you insert a graded question, it'll open in Form View. Type your question into the field at the top of the window, and enter your answer choices below it. For many of the graded question types, you must indicate which answer is correct; select the radio button or check box for the correct response(s).
Customizing Question Properties
After inserting a graded question, you can customize several of its attributes, including shuffling of answer choices, feedback, branching, score, and number of attempts. To learn how, see Working with the Question Editor.
Converting Graded Questions from One Type to Another
Some graded questions can be converted from one type to another. See this article for details.