Creating your own MCQ question

Created by Shubham Kumar, Modified on Thu, 18 Apr 2024 at 03:32 PM by Shubham Kumar

Creating your own MCQ question: 


Multiple choice questions (MCQs) are a form of assessment under which candidates are asked to select the right answer choice from a list of possible answer choices.

The following steps guide you in creating an MCQ problem on our platform -


Multiple choice questions (MCQs) are a form of assessment under which candidates are asked to select the right answer choice from a list of possible answer choices.

The following steps guide you in creating an MCQ problem on our platform - 

  1. Go to your dashboard and click on the  button next to your profile.   

 

  1. .Select the Library option to view, edit or create questions in the library.
  2. . Click on the blue button to Create a new problem. This will open a modal for you.
  3. In the opened model, Enter the problem name (For e.g. Java MCQ problem).
  4. Choose the 'Multiple Choice' option from the drop-down list as your problem type.
  5. Assign a difficulty level to your problem, the levels being - Easy, Medium, or Hard.
  6. Click on the CREATE button to open the next page.
  7. In the description section, enter the problem definition, and follow the checklist specified on the right for guidance.
  8. List down the answer choices next. You would need to mark the right option amongst the given choices by clicking on it.
  9. You can make use of Tags to organize your problems.
    (For e.g. a Java tag can be used to group together all the java problems that you have created).
  10. Finally, save your changes by clicking on Save problem.  
  11. Once you have saved a problem, a blue tick mark ( ) appears next to it. Your problem is now ready for use.

Note: The evaluation mode is automatic for MCQ problems and the scores are allotted based on each problem's complexity (5 for Easy, 10 for Medium, 20 for Hard).

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