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Change Settings to Customize Your Quiz

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In the main lesson, you created a quiz to test your knowledge of a topic.

In this extension, you will change the settings in your quiz to customize it.

This will allow you and your quiz takers to see different types of information.

This helps people learn about the topic and understand their quiz score.

It can also help teachers measure class or individual student progress.

You will: Decide whether to collect email addresses or keep them anonymous Provide response receipts Give quiz takers editing ability Allow quiz takers to access quiz data and scores And include a progress bar and confirmation message To start, find your quiz in Google Drive.

Then, open the settings menu.

Within the General settings, you have the ability to collect data on your quiz takers, so you can see who has taken the quiz and their score.

Collect email addresses from the quiz takers to match the person with their score.

Response receipts allow you to receive copies of the completed quiz in your email.

If you want to limit your quiz takers to one attempt at the quiz, they must sign in to their Google accounts before taking it.

Or, give respondents the ability to edit their quiz after they submit it.

This means they can change their answers.

You can also give them the ability to see others’ answers and quiz scores.

Usually, these settings are used for other types of forms, like opinion polls.

Quiz takers might want their scores kept private.

Next, adjust Presentation settings.

Add a progress bar to show quiz takers how many more questions they must answer.

This is useful for a long test or form.

Shuffle the question order to keep quiz takers from memorizing the order of your quiz.

This prevents the sharing of answers.

And send your quiz taker a short note after they submit the quiz.

Finally, adjust the Quiz-specific settings.

Choose when to release the quiz grade.

To review the completed quizzes before you tell people their grades, select that option.

This is a good idea if your quiz includes paragraph questions that must be manually graded, or when you want everyone to finish taking the quiz before you reveal the scores.

Otherwise, release scores as each quiz is completed.

Choose how much information quiz takers receive after they take your quiz, including whether they see the questions they got wrong...

The correct answers for missed questions...

And the point value for each question and the quiz as a whole.

Save your settings before returning to your quiz.

Adjust the settings on your quiz anytime to make it suit different purposes and learning objectives.

Now, it’s your turn: Open the settings menu, Adjust the general settings, form presentation settings, and quiz settings, And save your changes.

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