Quizzes are a way to measure understanding of a topic.
Your teacher might use quizzes to test your knowledge and to find out how well you understand
the concepts and facts you are being taught in class.
You can also make your own quizzes to test yourself or your classmates.
You might make a quiz to help you study material for a group assignment.
You might use a quiz to familiarize yourself or test friends on facts or vocabulary for
an upcoming test.
You also might use a quiz as part of a classroom presentation on a book or a topic to test
your classmates’ knowledge and make your project more interactive.
In this lesson, you will create a quiz in Google Forms to test someone’s knowledge
about a topic.
With digital quizzes in Google Forms, you can share the quiz with your whole class,
take the quiz on computers, and see your grades afterward.
Google Forms automatically grades quizzes and keeps track of quiz answers, making it
easy to see which topics you and your classmates need to study further.
The example in this lesson uses the free G Suite application Google Forms.
You could also make a quiz in a document to print out or email.
As you complete this lesson in Google Forms, you will:
Create and format a form using the “quiz” setting.
Add questions and answers.
Assign point values to questions and create an answer key.
Share your quiz with classmates for them to take.
And review quiz responses and scores.
To complete this lesson, you must sign in to your Google account.
Open a new tab in your browser, and sign in now.
If you don’t have a Google account, create one before beginning this lesson.
After signing in to your Google account, move on to the next video to choose a topic and
get started building your quiz.