multiple choice improvements

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charles Dew-Jones

02 Aug, 2019 11:42 AM

I have used the app for studying university level courses for years now. it has helped me greatly succeed. Although i have used it my own way, i am by no means a master. If there is a method for solving my suggestion already then i appologize in advance. That being said...

I find building a course can take significant time and so i have envisioned a solution for multiple choice questions.

You should be able to create:
1) a question facet,
2) a correct answer facet, and
3) a pool of incorrect answers.

The pool of answers is accessible by every card in the case. Each time you quiz, each question will select from the pool of incorrect answers, but ensuring that they do not match the correct one. You can simply create a pool of answers for each stack, then for each question select which is correct. So you have one large pool with all the answers, then you have questions, where one facet from the pool is correct. When you quiz, the quiz will select the correct answer as well as 3 (or as mamy as desred) from the pool as incorrect options. Boom

The aim is to simplify the incorrect answer process without needing to each slide create 3 incorrect answers and to dynamize the testing so that each quiz is not the same.

Thomas DJ

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by drewmccormack on 04 Aug, 2019 10:22 AM

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    Hi Thomas,
    We basically have this already. What you do is this:

    1. Create a bunch of simple Question and Answer notes (one Q; one A)
    2. Select the stack
    3. Choose the study session "Quiz with Wrong Choices from Other Notes"

    This will make a multiple choice quiz, with a pool of wrong answers taken from other notes.

    Hope that helps!
    Kind regards,

  2. drewmccormack closed this discussion on 04 Aug, 2019 10:22 AM.

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