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Quiz Questions

Import Questions
Reorder Questions
Generate Random Questions (only for math quizzes)
Add Answers

Check boxes:
Case Sensitive
Delete (question)
Delete (answer)

Using HTML to make questions easier to read

The save button stores the updates to the quiz. Be sure to click save after you have added any new questions, made edits to questions, or deleted questions within the quiz.

The cancel button ensures that none of the additions or changes made to the quiz are saved.

Import Questions
The import questions button displays a screen which lets you search for and import questions and answers from your Personal Quiz Library or the Public Quiz Library into your currently selected quiz.

The add button provides a blank question template for a new question to be entered.

The delete button permanently removes the quiz from your Quiz List. Deleting a quiz also deletes the student score information associated with the quiz. A confirmation screen is displayed when you click delete to prevent the deletion of a quiz by mistake.

Reorder Questions
The reorder questions button lets you change the order in which the questions are displayed to the students when they take the quiz. You might also be interested in the Display Questions in Random Order checkbox in the Quiz Properties screen.

Generate Random Questions
If your quiz is in the "Math" subject area and the type is multiple choice, true/false, or question and answer, you will see a "random" button in the light blue bar. Clicking the "Generate Random Questions" button displays a screen that lets you define the type of random math quiz you want generated.

Options you can specify when generating random math questions are described below.

  • Number of questions
    You can generate up to 100 random math questions.
  • Type of questions
    You can generate addition, subtraction, or multiplication questions.
  • Question Format
    You can choose vertical or horizontal formatting. An example of each format is shown below:

    Horizontal Format:
    1 + 2 =

    Vertical Format:
    +  2

  • Positives and Negatives
    You can generate questions that only use positive numbers, only use negative numbers, or use a random combination of positive and negative numbers.
  • Number of digits
    Use this option to specify the number of digits in each item. For example, choosing 2 digits would result in questions similar to the one shown below:
    +  29

  • Number of decimals
    Use this option to specify the number of decimals places in each item. For example, choosing 2 decimals when the number of digits chosen equals one would result in questions similar to the one shown below:
    +  7.23

  • Number of items
    Use this option to specify the number of items in each question. For example, choosing 4 items would result in questions similar to the one shown below:
    +  20

  • Number of answers
    If your quiz is a multiple choice quiz, you will be able to use this option to specify the number of possible answers shown for each question. For example, choosing to display 5 possible answers would result in questions similar to the one shown below:
    +  20
    Circle the correct answer


Add Answers
Click the add answers button to add more answer choices when working in Multiple Choice and Question and Answer quiz questions.

Check boxes:
Case Sensitive
To make answer choices case sensitive in Question and Answer quizzes, click on the case sensitive check box. Ignoring capitalization is the default.

Delete (question)
Click in the check boxes next to the questions you wish to delete from the quiz. Then click the delete button.

Correct Click in the correct check box to indicate the correct answer for multiple choice quiz questions. Then click the save button.

Delete (answer)
Click in the delete check box next to an answer choice you wish to delete from a quiz question. Then click the delete button.

Using HTML in questions
You can use the toolbar or your own HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) to improve readability. If you are creating your HTML in an editor and then "cut and pasting" the resulting HTML into the field, be sure you click the "Source" button before pasting. You should also make sure you do not include all of the HTML code from a stand alone page because it will not work correctly.

If you use hyperlinks in your HTML code, make sure you have quotes around the URL parameters so MyGradeBook can pop up new windows when they are clicked.

If you want to include graphics from other web servers, please make sure the graphics are coming from a server providing https:// (Secure Socket Layer) access. If you link to pages that are not using SSL, teachers, parents, and students in your group will be shown messages repeatedly telling them that some of the content is unsecured.

Please note that the following are some but not all of the types of activities that are not allowed your in your HTML.
· You cannot include advertisements or promotions for products.
· You cannot link to commercial sites unless it is for educational purposes.
· You cannot perform cross-site scripting.
· You cannot include disparaging remarks in a custom header.
· You cannot include obscene, illegal, or libelous material.

If you decide to use HTML, make sure that you add a space after any "<" symbols that you do not want interpreted as an HTML tag. Please note that <body>, <form>, <head>, <plaintext>, and <html> tags are automatically converted to their textual representations. If they are not converted, these tags can cause problems when you or your students try to view the pages on which they appear.

Special note about pictures and teachers that use the Internet Explorer
This issue does not affect students that are taking quizzes.. This issue only affects teachers that use the Internet Explorer when they are creating, modifying, and taking quizzes via the "Take Quiz" link in the Quiz tab menu. If you are going to include pictures in your quizzes and you use the Internet Explorer web browser, you should store your pictures on a web server that supports SSL and use https instead of http for paths to your images so you can avoid the security warnings that the Internet Explorer will show you when the main page is accessed via https but the images are not. If you must use the Internet Explorer and your school does not have a web server that supports https or will not allow you to store your images on it, you should remember to click "NO" when the Internet Explorer asks you if you if you only want to view secure images.

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