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Create a survey


The 1KA tool allows the creation of a variety of quizzes and tests.

To create a quiz, a standard survey, which allows for hierarchies and conditions must be created. In order to mark the survey as a 'Quiz', select and turn on 'Quiz' in the 'Advanced modules' tab in the tab 'EDIT' - 'Settings'. The Quiz module is only available to 2KA and 3KA private package users.

When activating the Quiz module, you can determine whether the results of the quiz with the correct answers and the graph of results are displayed at the end of the survey.

In the tab 'EDIT' - 'Questionnaire' all questions and answers of the quiz can be inserted.

Display of correct and wrong answers

The values of the replies are what distinguishes a quiz from a standard survey. Correct answers can be assigned in a very simple way by clicking on 'checkmark'. Checkmark is next to the last icon on the right side. Checkmark is then coloured green.

In this case, all questions with marked correct answers (coloured green) and wrong answers (coloured red) are listed at the end of the survey or quiz.

Example of a quiz with a display of correct and wrong answers >>

Display of text according to a result

When displaying text according to a result use of computations and conditions is necessary. 1KA automatically assigns sequential values (e.g. 1, 2, 3) to the responses. You must change these values in the quiz. Value 1 must be assigned to a correct answer, while all the other answers (incorrect answers) must be assigned the value 0.

You can change the value of each individual answer by clicking 'Edit values' in the question editor and then entering the desired value into the value field (1 for the correct answer, 0 for incorrect answers).

Insert computations after the questions. Include the sum of all questions into the calculation and then insert a page break after it.

Write the text of each result into the question type "introduction" and then using conditions assign which text (introduction) should be displayed according to a number of points collected by a respondent at the end of the questionnaire. (e.g. if the sum of all points is smaller than 5, the first text should be displayed). In displayed text achieved result by the respondent can be displayed using the function 'data piping'.

Example of a quiz with a display of text according to a result >>

Example is also available in the 'Public library'.

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