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Follow these simple instructions to be able to add fill in the blanks questions to your Exam or Quiz

It is possible to add fill in the blanks questions that allow your users to write down an answer that is automatically graded by the system. If you're looking for a different question type, read about the question types we have available.

Fill in the blanks questions are available for the Quiz and Exam formats in our tool. 

Exams

Go to your Exam and select Questions > Create new question > Fill in the blanks.

Enter an answer that is simple enough that our system can grade automatically. You can also determine the number for the % of typos allowed, which is the amount that participants answers can deviate from the answer you wrote, like typos or spelling or writing mistakes. You can select Answers are case sensitive for answers of people or places, for example.

Add different possible answers on separate lines, so participants have multiple answer choices.

Quizzes

Go to your Quiz and select Questions > + new question > Fill in the blanks.

Under Question, enter your question and under Correct answer add an answer that is simple enough that our system can grade automatically. Add each correct answer on a separate line.

Under Percentage of the answer that is allowed to deviate, set a number. This is the amount that participants answers can deviate from the answer you wrote, like typos or spelling or writing mistakes. You can select Answers are case sensitive for answers of people or places, for example.

Question set up example:

What is the name of the queen of Great Britain?
Possible correct answers:
Elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth
Elizabeth II

In which continent is Brazil?
Possible correct answers:
America
South America
Latin America

Plants need ... to do photosynthesis.
Possible correct answers:
light
sunlight
sun's rays

Examples of answers:

What is the name of the queen of Great Britain?
Elizabeth (correct answer)
Elizabeht (80% correct)
and so on...
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