A multiple-choice question is a question type where the students are asked to choose one or more items from a limited list of choices. A multiple-choice question consists of a stem, the correct answer, and distractors.

Advantages of multiple-choice questions:

They have fast processing times

There's no room for subjectivity

You can ask more questions, it takes less time to complete a multiple-choice question compared to an open question

Students don't have to formulate an answer but can focus on the content.

You can take the help of this VIDEO to use the Multiple Choice Questions block.

Or you can follow the steps to use the Multiple Choice Questions block:

STEP 1:

Firstly please click on the ADD NEW BLOCK tab.



STEP 2:

In the second step, you will need to click on the MCQ(MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION) that has appeared.



STEP 3:

In this step, please give a suitable TITLE and please provide the question with the suitable options.



STEP 4: Now select the correct option against the particular choice.

Note: If there is more than one correct answer, toggle the multiple answers option

to choose multiple correct answer choices.



STEP 5:

Now, please click on the THREE DOTS and toggle the options as required to enable "check answer", "reveal answer", "allow retries" to the learner.



STEP 6:

Click on the UPDATE and then please click on SAVE.



STEP 7:

Now you need to click the '**VISIT YOUR SITE'** tab to see the learner side view of Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs)



STEP 8:

In this step, please click on the RESUME tab**.**



STEP 9:

Next, you will see a START button as shown below. Please click on the START button.



STEP 10:

Finally, please click on the TOGGLE NAVIGATOR and then click on the SCIENCE MCQ. You will also see the learner side view of the set MCQ,



Here the learner side view of the set MCQ can be seen



Wow!! You have successfully created the MCQ block. We are sure you can now start creating MCQs assessment for your students.

If you regularly use multiple-choice tests, you can know if your learners have in-depth understood the concepts.
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