Single choice question offers several choices with only one correct answer, and they belong to the multiple-choice question type. Single choice questions are closed-ended questions where the answer options are already provided and have been narrowed for the learner.
How to create a single choice question:
- Click add question and select the Multiple choice question from the left-hand panel.
- Select the question appearance.
- Click on button and select a Single choice question, the number of attempts allowed, and if you wish to randomize the answers.
- Type in the question and the text.
- Click on + Add answer choice to add more distractors or answers.
- Mark the correct answers.
- Click on button to create feedback for correct and incorrect answers (Optional).
- Click on button to add content tags (Optional).
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- The question instruction should be meaningful and state a specific problem that focuses on the learning objective.
- In the question instruction, specify how many answers should be chosen.
- Avoid using negative phrases as they confuse the learners.
- The answer options should be credible. Otherwise, the correct answers will be too noticeable.
- Avoid clues to the correct answers.
- Keep the options parallel, of similar length, and have consistent grammar.
- Avoid using alternatives like ‘all of the above and ‘none of the above'.