The 1KA tool allows you to create a variety of quizzes and tests.
You will need to start by creating a regular survey that allows branching and conditions (as opposed to a Form or Voting survey). Once you have created a survey, navigate to the 'EDIT' - 'Settings' tab and click on 'Quiz' in the 'Advanced Modules' section of the left hand menu.
In the "EDIT" - "Questionnaire" tab, enter all the questions and answers of the quiz, which must be of a categorical type ('Categories - Single answer' or 'Categories - Multiple answers').
Display of correct and incorrect answers
A special feature of the quiz is the identification of correct and incorrect answers. The correct answers can be determined in a very simple way by clicking on the 'tick', which is the second to last icon on the right hand side of each category/answer. The tick will turn green.
In this case, at the end of the survey/quiz, all questions will be displayed with the correct (green) and incorrect (red) answers highlighted.
Display of the text according to the result
If you want to display text for a specific result, you need to use calculations and conditions. For each answer in turn, 1KA automatically assigns the values 1, 2, 3, etc. In the case of a quiz, you need to change these values: the correct answer to the question must have the value 1, and all other answers (i.e. incorrect answers) must have the value 0.
To change the value of each answer, select 'Edit answer values' in the question settings and change the value of each answer (1 for correct answers and 0 for incorrect answers).
Insert a 'Computation/Calculation' after the questions to include the sum of all questions, then add a page break afterwards.
You enter the text of each result in the question type 'Label' and then use the conditions to specify which output (Label) should be displayed according to the respondent's score at the end of the questionnaire (e.g. if the sum of the scores is less than 5, the first Label should be displayed). You can also use the 'data piping' function to output the score achieved by the respondent in the displayed text.