Single choice vs multiple choice questions

This article explains the difference between single and multiple-choice questions.

The main difference between single and multiple-choice questions is that candidates can choose only one answer for a single-choice question, while for multiple-choice questions, they can choose one or more correct answers.

Options available only for multiple-choice questions

Single and multiple-choice also differ in the options only available for multiple-choice.

  1. Using the Answer generator option, you can define several correct and incorrect answers that will be randomly selected and displayed to each test candidate.

  2. Using the Scoring method By the combination of answers, the candidates will have to select one of the predefined correct combinations of answers to gain points. Using this option, you can limit the number of answers the user can select.

Example:

  • Create a multiple-choice question with five answers.
  • Choose the By the combination of answers scoring method.
  • Mark the option Limit the number of answers the user can select and set that the user can select only three.
  • Make the first combination of answers that will carry 4 points. Select three answers the candidates should mark to achieve points.
  • Create a second combination of answers that will carry 2 points and select two answers the candidates should mark to achieve points.

In this example, the candidates will not be able to mark more than three correct answers.

These options allow you to create flexible multiple-choice questions according to your preferences.|

Single-Choice Questions in Test-Taking

Multiple-Choice Questions in Test-Taking

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