The Question Type drop-down list on the Write Question page allows you to add the desired type of Question for the current Project, which you can later include in Exam Forms. If the drop-down list is not visible, this is because of the allowed Question types selected in the Questions tab of the Project's configuration as mentioned at the bottom of this page. The default Question type MCQ, One Correct Option are visible in this case, which generally consists of the Question Stem, two or more distractors (Answer Options), and one correct answer.
The possible Question types are:
|MCQ, One Correct Option||Multiple answer choices with one correct answer.|
Multiple answer choices with more than one correct answer(s).
The correct answer must be selected from a drop-down list.
A group of Pull-down list type Questions (having a common, shared, set of Answer Options) about the paragraph provided as the R-Type Lead-In.
A group of Questions of different types, about a paragraph provided as the Case Text. Existing Questions from the Project may be added by the user or new Questions can be written within the Case as required.
|Constructed Response / Oral||Questions without any Answer Option, the response is either gathered orally or via a test delivery system.|
Matching type Questions allow for pairing items (textual content) defined in a vertical two-column layout, to provide a one-to-one match between Tokens (the objects the candidate will drag) and Targets (the location where the Tokens are to be placed).
|Point And Click||The Question is in the form of an image with hidden hotspot areas. The examinee must identify the correct areas by clicking on the correct locations on the image.|
|Display Type||The Display Type Question provides information to the candidate and therefore the candidate does not respond to the Question type.|
|Fill In The Blank||Fill in the Blank (FIB) type of Question has one or more blanks in the Stem, which the candidate must fill with the correct value.|
|Enhanced Matching||Enhanced Matching type Questions allow the pairing of items (textual content) defined in a graphical interface consisting of Token boxes and Target boxes. Unlike Matching type Questions, this Question type is not constrained to use one-to-one match between Tokens and Targets.|
|Spreadsheet||Spreadsheet type Questions are displayed to the candidate in a spreadsheet format and can make use of spreadsheets uploaded as Assets.|
|External||External type Questions accept Question data in the form of QTI XML data.|
|Compound||Compound type Questions allow authors to include multiple response types on one item.|