﻿ Quiz Example #1 - Test

#### Example: Test

World Capitals Quiz (sample quiz)
##### Things to note about Tests:
• When you create this type of quiz, you create your questions like above, and you assign a points value to each multiple choice (the highlighted text above).
• The user will NOT see these points values.
• Usually it's best to give the Correct Answer 1 point, and give 0 points to the incorrect answers.
• The user earns the number of points listed for each answer they choose. (usually this means they will earn 1 point for each Correct Answer)
• At the end of the quiz, the total points earned by Taker is divided by the total points possible. For example, if they earned 7 out of 14 possible points, their score would be 50%.
• One of the 3 sets of texts below will be displayed to the user based on their score. For example, if they earned 7 points, they would see the text in #2 below.
• You create these texts when you create a quiz. You can have 0-20 of them.
Scoring (for sample quiz above)
The Taker will see one of the following sets of text based on which numerical range their total score falls into.
You create these in the "Scoring" tab when you create a quiz... you can create up to 20 of them.
1. Not very Knowlegable (0 - 5 Points)
Dude! What were you doing in geography class?? Did you take geography class??
2. Somewhat Knowlegable (6 - 10 Points)
C or B Student! Remember wondering why in the world the teachers were making you learn this stuff? It’s so you can GO THERE, my friend. Renew your passport!!
3. Very Knowlegable (11 - 14 Points)
A Student! Either you got this knowledge from paying attention in high school or perhaps it’s from traveling! I hope for you it’s both with a lot of emphasis on the traveling! Life is too short, enjoy it while you can. Congratulations!!