How to Create a Multiple Choice Quiz
Hi, if this is your first time on my blog, my name is Anton. I am the developer of Quizterra, a free quiz builder that allows you to create six different types of amazing interactive content, including quizzes, riddles and polls. All of the content you create can be put on your site via embed code (also free) and there is a wide range of options for customization.
I understand that if you are searching for a tool to create a multiple-choice quiz, I need to give you concrete instructions on how to do it. Also, it seems to me that if you want to make a multiple-choice quiz, you might be a teacher or a tutor who is developing interactive exams for students.
Am I right? I would appreciate it if you could leave a comment below with a quick explanation of what you are creating quizzes for. If you send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, l can give you some personal advice on how to make your quiz even better.
How to create a multiple-choice quiz on quizterra
Multiple choice is a function inside our trivia quiz (game). The link leads to the complete guide of how to create a beautiful Trivia.
A trivia game is one where the competitors (users of your site) are asked questions about interesting facts on many subjects.
What I am trying to say is that we don’t need to have a specific multiple-choice type of quiz. When making a trivia game, you can select several answers as correct, thus allowing the user to pass the quiz by choosing several of the answer options.
Let me show you an example of how this works in practice:
This is how the multiple-choice quiz builder looks like:
Before you get started making your own trivia quiz with multiple-choice answers (for free, without any trials or credit card data), let me first recommend two useful links:
This is a full step-by-step guide where I explain all of the amazing functions that we have added to our trivia game builder, including:
- Multiple choice
- Timer (to limit the time to answer all questions)
- Buttons and lead forms in the results
- Four types of answers
- Design templates and more
In this article, I share my thoughts on how teachers and tutors can use interactive games and engagement mechanics for educational purposes, especially for kids.
I hope that you find these links helpful. If you have any questions or suggestions for new, cool features for the quiz builder, I would appreciate you leaving a comment below. Subscribe to my YouTube channel and join the community on Facebook for more use cases and great content ideas!