Quiz Time! Learn How to Build a Quiz in Minutes

A quiz, in short, is a test of knowledge, especially a brief, informal written or oral test given to students. FluidSurveys allows for the administrator to quickly, easily, and efficiently, create an online quiz.

Check out this helpful tutorial on creating a quiz:

Below is a step-by-step picture guide to help you even further! We’ll show you how to set up a basic quiz. We will have a 2 page survey. On page 1, we’ll ask the user a couple of basic math questions.
On page 2, we will display the total of questions the respondent answered correctly.

Step 1:
Create a 2 page survey

Step 2:
On page 1, drag in a Multiple Choice question type and change the title of this question so that it says, “2 + 2 = ?”
Title: 2 + 2 = ?
Identifier: 4
Choices: 1-10 Scale
Display: Horizontal
In addition, set the display type to Horizontal:

Step 3:
Duplicate the previous question 2 more times, and change the identifiers to reflect the correct answer, and the question title to be the mathematical representation of that answer.
Title (Respectively): 2 + 3 = ? And 2 + 4 = ?
Identifier (Respectively): 5 and 6

Step 4:
In order for the “Current Score” question type to understand which is a wrong answer, and a right answer, the Score value will need to be set to 0 for all wrong choices, and 1 for the only right answer, in this case, 1 for 4, 5, 6, and 0 for the rest. Below is an example of setting “2 + 2 = ?”

Step 5:
On page 2, add the Current Score question type with the following specifications.
Title: You got { s } / 3

Save and preview your survey. When the respondent selects, for instance, 4, 3, 3, they will see “You got 1/3”.

It appears that I should work on my math skills.

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2 Comments

  • Lmaus says:

    Do you have to submit first before score will display?

    • Lmaus says:

      Sorry…guess I should be more specific. I have a one-page quiz that I am trying to tally the score for. In your example above, the score tallies on page two. Is that the only way it will tally (on a separate page) — or can I have the score tally at the bottom of my one-page survey?