WizIQ online test creation module lets you create 9 different types of tests and assessments for your online course. Be it a corporate training program or an eLearning course; you can create engaging assessments with different question types for enhanced engagement.
Benefits of having a comprehensive set of question types
Writing a test is a challenging task, and many people shy away from it, but it is one of the most crucial steps of your online course which guarantees successful course completions and justified evaluation. Having a wide set of question types to choose from gives you the opportunity to create an engaging mix of questions. Here are the benefits of having multiple question types for creating tests:
- Exhaustive assessment: Different types of tests could help you evaluate your students or trainees on different benchmarks. While MCQs can be analyzed to draw insights; image, video, and spoken tests are interactive, engaging, and help you evaluate your learners’ creative aspects. You can test reaction time, logical skills, and observational skills with classify, match, arrange and sort types of tests.
- Reduced monotony: A set of different types of questions reduces the monotony of test taking.
- Rich media: Option to add pictures and videos with questions increases the scope of testing.
- Cheating prevention: It’s difficult to cheat in subjective and logical reasoning tests since it takes subject matter expertise and analytical skills to answer these questions.
- Comprehensive evaluation: Multiple question types help you evaluate your students exhaustively
Here is a glimpse of the types of questions you can create with WizIQ
WizIQ test creation module offers you a wide suite of question types for creating online tests and assessments. Here is a glimpse of the types of questions you can create with WizIQ:
- Standard MCQ
- MCQ with two option columns
- Cloze test
- Cloze drag and drop
- Cloze drop down
- Image drag and drop
- Image drop down
- Label image
- Match list
- Order list
- Sort list
- Math formula
- Math formula cloze
- Math formula image
- Math formula essay
- Chemistry formula
- Chemistry formula cloze
- Chemistry formula image
- Chemistry formula essay
- Number line drag and drop
- Number line plot
- Token highlight
- Image highlight
- Essay (with text formatting)
- Essay (cut, copy and paste)
- Short text
Assess your learners with WizIQ test creation module
With 9 types of tests under eight categories, you have the freedom to design innovative tests and assessments for your online course. Here is a detailed description of all question types offered by WizIQ test creation module:
Multiple choice questions
MCQs are can be easily created, analyzed to get insights and promptly evaluated. They help instructors in assessing their learners’ objective knowledge and memory.
- Standard MCQ: Standard multiple choice questions with a text body and options
- MCQ with two options columns: MCQs in which options can be given in two columns
Fill in the blanks and labeling
Fill in the blanks and drag & drop question types can be enriched with images to make them more engaging. Labeling questions increase the interactivity of your online tests.
- Cloze test: Fill in the blanks with text
- Cloze drag and drop: Fill in the blanks by selecting and dragging responses from a list
- Cloze drop down: Options to fill in the blanks are given in a drop-down menu
- Image drag and drop: Selected answers to be dragged on the given image
- Image drop down: Select answers to questions with images from a drop down menu
- Label image: Fill the answers in the text boxes given on the image
Classify, match and order
This type of questions can be used to check logical ability, analytical skills and attentiveness of the learners.
- Match list: Match two columns of associated items correctly
- Classification: Drag and drop items in the right category
- Order list: Rearrange objects into a specific order
- Sort list: Drag selected options to a dedicated area
Mathematics-oriented question type comes with questions tailored to test mathematical abilities of your learners by using formula based questions and long response questions having formula inputs.
- Math formula: Questions with math formulas
- Math formula cloze: Input math formulas to fill in the blanks
- Math formula image: Select formulas as responses and label an image
- Math formula essay: Long-form question with option to enter text and math formulas
Questions customized to test chemistry subject knowledge with option to input chemistry formulas
- Chemistry formula: Questions containing chemistry formulas
- Chemistry formula cloze: Use chemistry formulas as responses to questions
- Chemistry formula image: Label images with chemistry formulas
- Chemistry formula essay: Long answer questions with fields to input default chemistry formulas
Graphs and charts
Graphs and charts can be used to make interactive and visually rich questions as visual cues are helpful in engaging the test takers.
- Graph: Draw points, lines and shapes by matching coordinates
- Chart: Questions with interactive charts of different types
- Number line drag and drop: Option to drag and drop points on a number line
- Number line plot: Select responses plotted on the number line
Highlight questions can be created with text excerpts, images, maps, shapes, etc. These questions can be designed to test the visual imagination of the learners.
- Token highlight: Highlight the responses in a text excerpt
- Shading: Shading certain shapes in a grid to answer the questions
- Image highlight: Highlighting parts of an image to select the responses.
- Hotspot: Create questions with hot spot areas on maps
Written and spoken
Essay-type long answer questions and questions that require spoken responses are useful in gauging learners’ understanding of the subject and test their communication skills respectively.
- Audio: Question that requires a spoken response as answer
- Essay (with text formatting): Long-form essay questions with elaborate formatting options
- Essay (cut, copy and paste): Long-form essay-type questions with limited formatting options
- Short text: Questions with short, text-based answers